Public Service Broadcasting

Every Valley Every Valley

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UK trio Public Service Broadcasting return with their 3rd album, a concept album entitled 'Every Valley', the story of the coal industry in Wales in a time far from ours, the tales of a disenfranchised working class in an age of turmoil -- though could not be more relevant in the modern political era.

Special feature appearances by: Tracyanne Campbell (Camera Obscura), James Dean Bradfield (Manic Street Preachers), Lisa Jen Brown (9Bach) and Haiku Salut

“Full-bodied rock, dance-music pulses, funk grooves.” - The New York Times

"Invigorating, uplifting post-rock that reminds me of Múm and ‘You Forgot It In People’-era Broken Social Scene" - Stereogum

“Progress” is the most joyous track Public Service Broadcasting has ever produced.” - KCRW

Large scale feature to appear week of release in NPR 'Morning Edition'

Indie Retail Deluxe LP features gatefold heavyweight vinyl on clear vinyl -- Limited Edition x1,000

NPR's Bob Boilen premiered the debut video for “Progress” on All Songs Considered

Stereogum premiered the video for "They Gave Me A Lamp"

The video for “Progress” was featured in The New York Times’ weekly roundup 'The Playlist'

The trio will embark on a full North American tour in September, to support the album release

Press support includes: NPR, Stereogum, The New York Times, Brooklyn Vegan, KCRW, WNYC, Alternative Press, AV Club, Culture Collide, Paste, Relix & Under The Radar

Radio support includes: "Progress" reached #3 on FMQB SubModern radio; over 100+ spins on Alternative Speciality radio to date -- KDHX [St. Louis, MO], KTCL [Denver, CO], WEQX [Albany, NY], WNRN [Charlottesville, VA] & XTRA in San Diego, CA

Spotify Monthly Listeners: 229K

Spotify Followers: 48K

Facebook Likes: 59.5K

Twitter Followers: 17.7K

Instagram Followers: 4K

YouTube Subscribers: 13K

RIYL: LCD Soundsystem, Wild Beasts, Kraftwerk, Django Django, Broken Social Scene

Bio

Public Service Broadcasting is the corduroy-clad brainchild of London-based J. Willgoose, Esq. who, along with drumming companion Wrigglesworth and multi instrumentalist JFAbraham, is on a quest to inform, educate and entertain audiences around the globe.

PSB’s uniquely spell-binding live AV transmissions see them weave samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material around live drums, guitar, banjo and electronics as they teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future – beaming our past back at us through vintage tv sets and state of the art modern video projection devices.

On Public Service Broadcasting’s new album Every Valley, J. Willgoose, Esq. takes us on a journey down the mineshafts of the South Wales valleys, with the stories found there a black mirror to the plight of workers everywhere. Although Every Valley is the story of one industry in a region and time far from ours, the tales of a disenfranchised working class in this age of turmoil could not be more relevant.

Although the concept is localized and historical, J. Willgoose, Esq hopes the story is “applicable to industries all over the western world and possibly beyond, in the way that the Industrial Revolution generated these communities that were so dependent on one particular industry, and what happens to that community when you remove that industry from it, and where that leaves us now”.

Tracklist

“Every Valley”
“The Pit”
“People Will Always Need Coal”
“Progress” (ft. Tracyanne Campbell)
“Go To The Road”
“All Out”
“Turn No More” (ft. James Dean Bradfield)
“They Gave Me A Lamp” (ft. Haiku Salut)
“You + Me” (ft. Lisa Jên Brown)
“Mother Of The Village”
“Take Me Home”

For Fans Of

LCD Soundsystem
Wild Beasts
Kraftwerk
Django Django
Broken Social Scene

Home Market

London, United Kingdom

Album Details

Artist

Public Service Broadcasting

Album Title

Every Valley

Street Date

07/07/2017

Order Due Date

06/09/2017

Discount

10% (ends 07/13/2017)

Genre

Rock/Alternative

Label

PIAS America

Configuration

CD Longplay

Price Code

CD14

UPC

5414939959448

Box Lot

35

Catalog #

PIASR970CDX

Album Details

Artist

Public Service Broadcasting

Album Title

Every Valley

Street Date

07/07/2017

Order Due Date

06/09/2017

Discount

10% (ends 07/13/2017)

Genre

Rock/Alternative

Label

PIAS America

Configuration

Vinyl Longplay 33 1/3

Price Code

LP22

UPC

5414939959424

Box Lot

12

Catalog #

PIASR970LP

Tour Dates

Bandsintown

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