Pet Shop Boys Deliver Deliciously Pop New Single ‘Dancing Star’

Pet Shop Boys release their latest single, Dancing Star, from their upcoming Nonetheless album which arrives on the 26th of April. The LP sees Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant collaborate with James Ford, with the first sample of their hard work being heard in lead single Loneliness last month. Dancing Star draws influence from the story of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who defected from the Soviet Union and became a global star.

Dancing Star sees Tennant croon: “When the streets of London sang with pop stars Well the truth is that they always do / In the 60s you could feel the freedom / and the brightest star in town was you” against production which feels unmistakably nineties inspired Pet Shop Boys. The track comes accompanied by two additional original tracks Sense of Time and If Jesus Had a Sister, as well as two remixes from Solomun and a remix of previously dropped B-Side Party in the Blitz now remixed by Superchumbo.

The album Nonetheless features ten tracks and will be available digitally and in various physical formats, including CD, black vinyl, clear vinyl, grey vinyl and cassette. A white vinyl with bonus EP is available from the Pet Shop Boys official store. The track listing is:

Why am I dancing?
New London boy
Dancing star
A new bohemia
The schlager hit parade
The secret of happiness
Bullet for Narcissus
Love is the law

The 2CD and double white vinyl deluxe editions of Nonetheless include the bonus four-track EP, ‘Furthermore’, featuring completely new recordings of ‘Heart’, ‘Being boring’, ‘Always on my mind’ and ‘It’s a sin’.

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