Iconic ’80s band Pet Shop Boys will release their latest single in America today along with remixes and new versions of two fan favourites.

A chart disappointment in the UK when it was released late last year, Together missed the top 40 altogether – becoming just their third single to do so since 1984.

Neil and Chris will be hoping new versions of Glad All Over and I Cried For Us, which will be sold along with Together as B-sides in the digital bundle, help generate more interest from American fans.

I Cried For Us, in particular, will be of interest to the band’s loyal gay following. It is a cover of a Kate McGarrigle song – Rufus Wainwright’s late mother – and was performed by the band at her memorial concert in London last June.

Together also boasts a clever ‘dance-off’ video filmed in Estonia.

Check it out below.

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