Pet Shop Boys leave Parlophone, post teaser 'Electric' album onlinePosted on 14/03/13
This just came in. Pet Shop Boys will release their new album "Electric" on a new label this June. The duo signed to Kobalt Label Services thus departing Parlophone Records after 28 years. The new "Electric" album was produced by Stuart Price. You can a teaser for the new album right after the jump.
Kobalt Label Services is not actually a real label, but rather an in between company between artist and distribution channels. Looking at the services it offers, it's basically aimed at artists which have mainstream appeal and success.
More info when we get it.
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