Pet Shop Boys Pay Delphic A Suprise Visit

January 27, 2010 by  

Neil Tennant of ’80s electro pioneers Pet Shop Boys made a surprise visit to see Delphic perform live in London last night.

The Pet Shop Boys front-man made a swift entrance as Delphic were due to take to the stage and viewed the entire performance from the comfort of a church pew while sipping on red wine.

Whether Tennant was enjoying the show was hard to tell, as he appeared to remain sombre throughout and was not to be seen in the downstairs bar after the performance had ended – perhaps he went back stage to wish the band well.

Delphic were performing their début album Acolyte in front of a packed crowd at the Tabernacle in West London as part of the new to Q sessions and were supported by White Rabbits.


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