Pet Shop Boys share details of new music

Pet Shop Boys single "Twenty-something" + remixes available June 24,

Pet Shop Boys will drop their new single “Twenty-something” on June 24th. Off their most recent release Super, the album will include two new bonus tracks, “The white dress” and “Wiedersehen,” the latter featuring backing vocals from Rufus Wainwright. Also featured are remixes of “Twenty-something” by Swedish DJ/producer Kornél Kovács and reggaeton super-producers Los Evos Jedis.

The official video for “Twenty-something” recently premiered premiered via Univision,and is now available to view, below.

The duo has announced the first leg of their “Super” world tour starting on October 21 in Las Vegas. The 27-day run includes shows in the U.S., Canada, Germany, Holland, Denmark and Russia and will go on sale May 13th. More dates including U.K. shows will be announced later this year. The band will be playing songs from their career as well as their new album, Super.

The “Super” tour will be staged by long-time Pet Shop Boys designer Es Devlin and choreographer Lynne Page and will follow their sold-out residency of four nights at the Royal Opera House in London July 20-23. The band is collaborating for live music arrangements with Stuart Price, who produced and mixed their latest album along with 2013’s Electric.

*only available on digital format in U.S.
1. Twenty-something (radio edit)
2. The white dress
3. Wiedersehen
4. Twenty-something (The Los Evo Jedis Remix)
5. Twenty-something (Kornél Kovács Remix)*

October 21—Las Vegas, NV—The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
October 22—Salt Lake City, UT—The Complex
October 24—Vancouver, BC—Queen Elizabeth Theatre
October 25—Portland, OR—Keller Auditorium
October 27—Oakland, CA—Fox Theater
October 29—Los Angeles, CA—Microsoft Theater
November 1—Austin, TX—Long Center for the Performing Arts
November 2—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Hall
November 4—Nashville, TN—Andrew Jackson Hall at Tennessee Performing Arts Center
November 5—Chicago, IL—Civic Opera House
November 6—Toronto, ON—Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
November 9—Boston, MA—Orpheum Theatre
November 10—Morristown, NJ—Mayo Performing Arts Center
November 11—Washington, DC—Warner Theatre
November 12—New York, NY—The Theater at Madison Square Garden
November 14—Atlanta, GA—Symphony Hall
November 15—Saint Petersburg, FL—Mahaffey Theater
November 16—Miami Beach, FL—Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Center
November 26—Leipzig, Germany—Arena Leipzig
November 27—Cologne, Germany—Palladium Köln
November 28—The Netherlands—Poppodium 013
November 30—Hamburg, Germany—Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt
December 1—Berlin, Germany—Tempodrom
December 2—Frankfurt am Main, Germany—Jahrhundertehalle Frankfurt
December 4 —Copenhagen, Denmark—Copenhagen Opera House
December 5—Copenhagen, Denmark—Copenhagen Opera House
December 8—Moscow, Russia—VTB Park Legend Arena