The Pet Shop Boys has released the official video for its new single Twenty-Something and announced a slew of concert dates across the US and Europe later in the year.
Directed by Gavin Filipiak, the five-minute video tells the story of Sherman, a convict who tries to make an honest go when released into the streets of San Diego, but is drawn back into the underworld that put him behind bars in the first place.
The track is the third single to be released off The Pet Shop Boys’ latest album Super following The Pop Kids and Happiness.
The group also released 28 concert dates that span the US, and also stops in Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark and Russia. Dates for Britain will be announced later this year. – AFP Relaxnews
Watch California, the new music video by Grimes
Grimes, the “multimedia project” of the Canadian artist Claire Boucher, released a new video on May 9.
The video is for the song California, from the album Art Angels, which was included on a number of critics’ top ten lists for the year 2015. Recorded in Los Angeles and Paris, the video includes appearances by the musicians Megan James of Purity Ring, Hana Pestle, and Cecil Frena of Born Gold.
Boucher directed the video with her brother, Mac Boucher, a video artist and photographer. – AFP Relaxnews