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01 Mar 2019 - Alphabeat - Shadows

After parting ways in 2013 to focus on solo projects, Alphabeat are back to brighten up pop with their comeback track, called Shadows. It’s essentially Alphabeat at their most Alphabeat, recalling the carefree vibe of their early hits Fascination and 10,000 Nights, while lyrically it’s about dancing your way out of sadness.


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01 Mar 2019 - Fused - Sanctified

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Empathy Test have announced a double headline tour with Canadian Post-Punk band Actors, where they'll be playing a full hour long set every night.

20/6/19 Newcastle, Trillians
21/6/19 Edinburgh, Voodoo Rooms
22/6/19 Glasgow, Ivory Blacks
23/6/19 Manchester, FAC251
26/6/19 Nottingham, The Maze
27/6/19 Bedford, Esquires
28/6/19 Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms
29/6/19 London, O2 Academy Islington
30/6/19 Bristol, Exchange

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Pet Shop Boys this week will make available four brand new songs from their new EP “Agenda”. The first song on the EP, “Give Stupidity A Chance”, can now be listened to on streaming services, download stores and on YouTube and is described by Neil Tennant as “a satirical song about the poor quality of political leadership in the modern world”. Find the song on digital services and YouTube via the links below.

Another song will be made available tomorrow, then one on Thursday and finally the fourth on Friday. The complete EP will be available to purchase via digital services this Friday, February 8.

A CD of “Agenda” is also available to pre-order exclusively with Pet Shop Boys’ once-a-year publication “Annually" which has been announced today and will be published on April 12th. Find out more at the link below. A 12-inch vinyl EP of the four tracks will also be commercially released on April 12th.

Discussing the EP, Neil Tennant said: “It contains three satirical songs and one rather sad song. I think it’s because of the times we’re living through.” The four tracks were produced by Tim Powell and Pet Shop Boys and recorded towards the end of last year. They will not be included on Pet Shop Boys’ next album which is being produced by Stuart Price and is due for release in the autumn.

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