The synth duo will release their tenth full-length in April.
The duo of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe has spent more than two decades crafting some of the most iconic electronic music on the planet. According to the Billboard dance charts, they're the fourth most successful artist ever—after Madonna, Donna Summer and Janet Jackson. On Yes, though, they have gone for a bit of help, asking pop producers Xenomania to help out, in addition to guitar work from Johnny Marr.
Judging by the album's first single, "Love Etc.," that collaboration has paid off. But don't take our word for it—check out the video below.
As for the title of the album? Lowe simply states, "We thought No was a bit negative."
01. Love etc
02. All Over the World
03. Beautiful people
04. Did You See Me Coming?
06. More than a Dream
07. Building a Wall
08. King of Rome
10. The Way It Used to Be
Astralwerks will release The Pet Shop Boys' Yes on April 21, 2009.