New Dimensions In Sound...
Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting have unveiled new free download 'New Dimensions In Sound' alongside an epic batch of tour dates.

Fusing aspects of the old with breaking new ideas, an outward viewpoint with an inherent sense of Englishness, Public Service Broadcasting are one of the more curious newcomers to cross out path of late.

Releasing a new EP at the tail end of last year, the band managed to cross indie songcraft with Krautrock rhythms - all while seeming to hark back to an earlier era of British life.

Debut album 'Inform - Educate – Entertain' drops in May, with new single 'Signal 30' due to be released on April 15th. As a preview, Public Service Broadcasting are releasing a beefed up version of life favourite 'New Dimensions In Sound' as a free download.

A typically epic blast from the collective, you can download it HERE. As a special Monday treat, ClashMusic viewers are being given the first glimpse of the video for 'New Dimensions In Sound' - watch it below.

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Alongside this, Public Service Broadcasting have unveiled plans for not one, not two, but THREE full tours. The 'Signal 30' tour stretches across February and March, before the band travel North for a tour of the Scottish Highlands.

Finally, the band are set to toast the release of their debut album with the 'Inform - Educate – Entertain' tour. All in all, Public Service Broadcasting will play 46 shows...

Full details:

21 February – The Railway, Winchester
23 February – The War Room @ Churchill Arms, Alderholt
27 February – Moles, Bath
28 February – The Phoenix, Exeter

1 March – Plough Arts Centre, Great Torrington
2 March – Mojo Rising Festival @ The Poly, Falmouth
7 March – The Brewery, Kendal
8 March – The Brickyard, Carlisle
9 March – The Studio, Hartlepool
10 March – The Hop, Wakefield
13 March – The Railway, Bolton
14 March – 53 Degrees, Preston
15 March – The Compass, Chester
16 March – The Bridge, Scunthorpe
17 March – The Leopard, Doncaster
19 March – The Boiler Room, Guildford
20 March – The Junction, Cambridge
21 March – The Musician, Leicester
23 March – Taylor John's House, Coventry
24 March – The Picturedrome, Northampton

30 April – An Tobar, Mull

1 May – Sal Mor Ostaig, Skye
2 May – Ironworks, Inverness
3 May – Woodlands Centre, Stornoway
4 May – The Arch Inn, Ullapool
5 May – Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore

7 May – The Caves, Edinburgh
8 May – ABC2, Glasgow
9 May – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
10 May – The Cluny, Newcastle
11 May – Westgarth Social Club, Middlesbrough
13 May – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
14 May – Sound Control, Manchester
15 May – The Kazimier, Liverpool
16 May – The Leadmill, Sheffield
17 May – Bodega Social, Nottingham
18 May – HMV Institute Temple, Birmingham
20 May – Roxx, Southampton
21 May – The Haunt, Brighton
22 May – Village Underground, London
23 May – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
24 May – The Fleece, Bristol
25 May – OPEN, Norwich
28 May - The Stiff Kitten, Belfast
30 May - Cyprus Avenue, Cork
31 May – The Button Factory, Dublin


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