Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting

After a fully sold out UK tour Public Service Broadcasting have announced a major new run of dates for the Autumn as they continue to promote their latest album The Race For Space.

The band will be visiting a selection of cities they missed out on their last tour (details below) as well as the biggest show of their career, headlining London’s Brixton Academy on Sunday 29 November. The tour starts in Edinburgh on 17 November and includes dates in Leeds, Liverpool, Nottingham, Norwich, Cardiff, and Southampton before finishing in the capital.

On playing Brixton Academy, PSB’s J. Willgoose Esq. says: “Growing up in south London and still living there, Brixton has been my dream gig for as long as I can remember. We can’t wait to play there and we’re working on some very special surprises to make it a show to remember.”

The Race For Space reached #11 in the UK album charts in its first week – with 5 weeks in the top 40 and 14 weeks in the top 100 – selling over 40k records worldwide since its release at the end of February – in the running to be the indie hit of the year so far.

A busy summer of festivals awaits with slots at Glastonbury (where they headline the Glade Stage on Saturday night), Latitude, Secret Garden Party, Green Man and many more.

Tickets go on general sale at 10am Friday 19 June via the band’s website:


17th November – Queens Hall, Edinburgh

18th November – University Refectory, Leeds

19th November – 02 Academy, Liverpool

20th November – Rock City, Nottingham

21st November – OPEN, Norwich

26th November – Great Hall, Cardiff

27th November –02 Guildhall, Southampton

29th November – 02 Academy Brixton, London


18th June – BST Hyde Park w/The Strokes

27th June – Glastonbury Festival – Glade Stage Headliner

3rd July – Blissfields, Hampshire

17th July – Latitude Festival, Suffolk

18th July – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire

24th July – Secret Garden Party, Cambridgeshire

31st July – Y-Not Festival, Derbyshire

1st August – Kendal Calling, Lake District

7th August – Forgotten Fields Festival, Sussex

8th August – Northbound Festival, Cumbria

23rd August – Green Man Festival, Powys

4th September – Lindisfarne Festival, Northumberland

5th September – Freedom Festival, Hull

6th September – Together The People, Brighton

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