Public Service Broadcasting


About Public Service Broadcasting

Combining music, spoken word, and visuals, London-based trio Public Service Broadcasting play upbeat post-rock that sources the majority of its vocals from public service announcements, documentaries, and other archival material. Their output is heavily based on historical themes: 2015's The Race for Space focuses on outer space explorations from the 1950s to the '70s, while 2017's U.K. number four album Every Valley is about the rise and decline of the Welsh coal mining industry. 2021's Berlin-themed Bright Magic was inspired by David Bowie and Walter Ruttman and included a cameo appearance from Einstürzende Neubauten's Blixa Bargeld. For their second live album, Public Service Broadcasting collaborated with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, playing a concert at Royal Albert Hall that was released in 2023 as This New Noise.

London, England
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