PSB are quieter than usual

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MikeyC
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#76 Post by MikeyC »

Very enjoyable, minimal, thank you! 🤣

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#77 Post by OakeyDokey »

Great work minimal 😆 especially the inspired name for Adeles greatest hits !

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Very good Minimal. The New Order stuff tickled me.

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#79 Post by Nickname »

Everbody knows, Minimal wasn't a hit.

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:D Good work Minimal!

I don’t think PSB are that quiet you know. It’s not like 1992 or 1998. We’ve had a steady trickle of things. But the pandemic has broken the recent rhythm of an album followed by an extensive tour. If the pandemic hadn’t happened they would have spent 2020 and 2021 touring. And this year would be relatively quiet as they start writing the next album. Instead my guess is that the next album is largely written. They’ll now tour this year and then record the next album after the Unity tour ends and into early 2023. And we will see a new album summer/autumn next year.

There’s also a new theatre project they mentioned. So maybe that will emerge at some point too.
I'm always waiting...

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#81 Post by leesmapman »

In the light of this topic: I'm reading up on Peter Gabriel's I/O album and I'm happy I'm not a big Peter Gabriel fan...

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#82 Post by rashomon »

Think we'll see a new David Bowie album before we see something new from Peter Gabriel :D
you could say conventional ... and I could claim intentional

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