Public Service Broadcasting are a right pair: distinct, memorable, certainly talented. Their music draws on myriad samples, bolted to crunchy guitar-pop and avant-asides that combine to comprise something that can't quite fit into any convenient genre box.
The Clash review of the band's debut album, 'Inform - Educate - Entertain', commented: "the duo captures a truly euphoric sense of retro-future optimism". Sounds alright, doesn't it.
PSB were one of several (to say the least) brilliant bands calling at August's Green Man Festival, held as always in the beautful Brecon Beacons. It only rained a little bit this year! Which was a pretty super result for those arriving late on Saturday (who, us?). While there, they paused to perform a session version of their track 'Signal 30', which you can watch above.
So go on then. Watch it.
In further PSB content, the outfit's J Willgoose, Esq recently penned a Write On piece for Clash, on the quandary of sync requests. It's worth a read, over here.
And find more Green Man 2013 content, here.
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