Event Dates

Wednesday, 16 Oct

Barrowland, Glasgow

Thursday, 17 Oct

Music Hall, Aberdeen

Friday, 18 Oct

Albert Hall, Manchester

Saturday, 19 Oct

O2 Academy Leeds

Monday, 21 Oct

The Glasshouse International Centre for Music, Gateshead

Tuesday, 22 Oct

Rock City, Nottingham

Thursday, 24 Oct

Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

Friday, 25 Oct

Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge

Saturday, 26 Oct

Beacon, Bristol

Monday, 28 Oct

The Great Hall, Cardiff University

Tuesday, 29 Oct

Roundhouse, London

Wednesday, 30 Oct

Brighton Dome, Brighton

Public Service Broadcasting have been “teaching the lessons of the past through the music of the future” for over a decade. 2013’s debut album Inform – Educate – Entertain used archival samples from the British Film Institute as audio-portals to the Battle Of Britain, the summit of Everest and beyond. Two years later, The Race For Space used similar methods to laud the superpowers’ rivalry and heroism in orbit and on the Moon. In 2017, they were joined by voices including Manic Street Preachers’ James Dean Bradfield for Every Valley.

Their most ambitious undertaking yet, their fourth and most recent studio album, Bright Magic, brought the listener to Europe’s heart and de facto capital, the cultural and political metropolis that is the ‘Hauptstadt’ of the Federal Republic of Germany – Berlin. The album featured two BBC Radio 6 Music A-Listed singles, “People, Let’s Dance” [ft. EERA] and “Blue Heaven” [ft. Andreya Casablanca], and featured in MOJO, Electronic Sound and PROG magazines’ albums of the year. Last year, the band released This New Noise, a newly remixed and remastered live recording of their acclaimed 2022 BBC Proms show at London’s Royal Albert Hall. A celebration of the power of radio written in recognition of the centenary of the BBC, This New Noise saw the band joining forces with the 88 piece BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jules Buckley.

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