Public Service Broadcasting get back on the road in 2013 with new single ‘Signal 30’, a cautionary tale of the dangers of disrespecting the rules of the highways and byways, and their hardest-hitting track to date.

The lead single from their imminent debut album ‘Inform – Educate – Entertain’ (out May 6), the relentless, high-speed track has become a firm favourite in the band’s unique live AV show.

‘Signal 30’ is a notoriously grisly and hard-hitting US road safety film from 1959. Taking their inspiration from the original title, and stopping via numerous other American public information driving films including ‘The Bottle and The Throttle’ and ‘None For The Road’, PSB deliver three and a half minutes of pure adrenaline – driving fast so you don’t have to.

‘Inform – Educate – Entertain’ is released on Test Card Recordings on May 6 2013 and features previous singles ‘Spitfire’, ‘ROYGBIV’ and ‘Everest’, three tracks which all won BBC 6Music’s Rebel Playlist in 2012 – a breakthrough year for the band which saw the band selling 13k copies of their debut release ‘The War Room’ EP.

J. Willgoose, Esq. and his drumming companion Wrigglesworth will embark on a mammoth 46 date tour of the UK in late February, March and May in support of the single and album – taking care to drive safely along the way, of course. Confirmed Summer festival slots include Wickerman and Wychwhood & many other large festivals which we aren’t allowed to talk about yet!…