Public Service Broadcasting / October 2017 UK Tour

By on Wednesday, 19th April 2017 at 8:00 am
 

In case you’ve been living under a rock, a few weeks ago Public Service Broadcasting announced details on their third album, ‘Every Valley’, which will chronicle the coal mining industry in South Wales. The first taster from the album, ‘Progress’, is a definite nod to Kraftwerk instrumentally, and it features the vocals of Camera Obscura‘s Traceyanne Campbell, only the second PSB track to feature a guest vocalist. (Watch the video for the song featured as a past Video of the Moment here.) The new album will also feature James Dean Bradfield, of course famous from being a member of the iconic Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers.

Naturally, to promote the new record and to ease J. Willgoose Esq. and co.’s itchy feet, our favourite history nerds have announced a massive UK tour for October 2017. Fittingly, their journey begins on the 13th of October in Cardiff. Tickets go on general sale this Friday, the 21st of April, at 9 AM; fans on their mailing list will have early access to tickets starting today at 9 AM.To read more on TGTF on Public Service Broadcasting, go here.

Friday 13th October 2017 – Cardiff Great Hall
Saturday 14th October 2017 – Norwich UEA
Monday 16th October 2017 – Manchester Academy
Tuesday 17th October 2017 – Newcastle Boiler Shop
Wednesday 18th October 2017 – Glasgow Barrowland
Thursday 19th October 2017 – Leeds Academy
Friday 20th October 2017 – Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
Saturday 21st October 2017 – Nottingham Rock City
Monday 23rd October 2017 – Bristol Colston Hall
Tuesday 24th October 2017 – Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
Wednesday 25th October 2017 – Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
Thursday 26th October 2017 – London Hammersmith Apollo

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