Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting have announced details of a major UK tour in October in support of new album, Every Valley (out Friday 7th July 2017). Stopping in twelve cities – including their biggest headline to date at London’s Eventim Apollo, plus a selection of some of the best live rooms across the country – the tour will be the first chance for fans across the UK to experience the band’s new album. Full dates are listed below.

A record dedicated to shining a light on the disenfranchised, Every Valley is set against a backdrop of industrial decline and neglected and abandoned communities across the western world. With the album focusing on the history of the mining community in South Wales, the band will fittingly kick the tour off at Cardiff’s Great Hall on Friday 13th October 2017.

Resident set design guru and all-round visual mastermind, Mr. B, will reveal a brand-new stage design for the tour, after the band retired their much-loved mechanised tribute to Sputnik to a packed Usher Hall as part of Edinburgh’s International Science Festival, this 12th April 2017 just gone.

Speaking about the prospect of touring the new release J. Willgoose, Esq. explains: “The best part of any album release is getting the chance to play it live in front of an audience. We can’t wait to share this record with people and get out there and play the new material later this year”.

Fri 13th – Great Hall, Cardiff
Sat 14th – The Nick Rayns LCR UEA, Norwich
Mon 16th – Academy, Manchester
Tue 17th – Boiler Shop, Newcastle
Wed 18th – Barrowland, Glasgow
Thur 19th – O2 Academy, Leeds
Fri 20th – Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry
Sat 21st – Rock City, Nottingham
Mon 23rd – Colston Hall, Bristol
Tue 24th – Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth
Wed 25th – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
Thur 26th – Eventim Apollo, London

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