Pet Shop Boys will release their brand new EP ‘Lost’ this spring.
The duo’s latest collection features four previously unreleased songs and will be issued in April as part of their forthcoming ‘Annually’ edition.
Recorded in 2015 for their 13th album ‘Super’, it features the tracks The Lost Room, I Will Fall, Skeletons In The Closet and Kaputnik, with Neil Tennant revealing the tracks were left off the LP “not because we didn’t like them, but because they didn’t fit the album”.
Pet Shop Boys will be releasing their first new music for two years with the four-track CD EP, “Lost”, which accompanies the 2023 edition of Pet Shop Boys “Annually" book, available in April. Pre-order from the link below.https://t.co/NjNQToK28m pic.twitter.com/37cUS0DzAv— Pet Shop Boys (@petshopboys) January 23, 2023
“They all sit together quite well, production-wise, they’re all super-electronic,” he said in an announcement. “Some of them are sort of relevant to the world at the moment.”
Explaining the title of the collection, he continued: “It also seems to represent a sort of larger, philosophical or political point, where there’ve been times recently where the world feels a bit lost in terms of the direction it’s going in.”
The 2023 edition of ‘Annually’ comes as a 64-page hardback book and features journal entries and unseen photos from the first leg of Pet Shop Boys’ ‘Dreamworld’ greatest hits tour.
‘Annually 2023’ is out April 14 and available to pre-order now.
Last year, Pet Shop Boys announced additional dates for the 2023 leg of the tour, with new shows kicking off in Rome on June 13, ahead of stops in Dublin, Brighton, Paris, Helsinki, Copenhagen and Gothenburg.
They sit alongside previously-announced dates in London, Aberdeen, Liverpool and Leeds.
Tickets are on general sale now.