Public Service Broadcasting are a British electronica band from London, consisting of multi-instrumentalists and musicians J. Willgoose, Esq and Wrigglesworth. They are known for their unique sound, which they create by combining instruments like the guitar, banjo, drums, and piano with samples of archive propaganda footage, public information films, and other old material, something which they say is to ‘teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future’.
Formed in 2009, the band released a number of single and EP, before their debut album, 'Inform - Educate - Entertain', came out in 2013. Returning with a second LP, 'The Race For Space', in 2015, the band embarked on a full UK tour in spring and winter. The band released their third album, ’Every Valley’, in July 2017, featuring samples of Welsh miners' stories. They supported this album with a UK tour in October 2017.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the UK including playing a show at London's Science Museum in January 2016 and a show at Brooklyn Bowl as part of BRIT Awards Week in February 2016.
Public Service Broadcasting have announced a UK tour for April 2018. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Tue 11th Jul 2017
Photo: Dan Kendall
Public Service Broadcasting are a rare breed of band. An instrumental group whose work utilises a wide range of subject matter lifted from archived interviews, speeches and (in the case of their live shows) footage of turning points in modern world history, they have cornered a level of commercial appeal usually divorced from such a niche style.