PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING – ” Every Valley “

Posted: June 15, 2017 in MUSIC
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We’re finally approaching the release of new album “Every Valley” nears its release date of 7th July, but until then we have a few bits of news to impart…Earlier this month a few brave souls – comprising us, of course, plus our collaborators and featured artists Haiku Salut and some of our brassy gents – ventured deep into a somewhat chilly cave in south-east London to film the video for “They Gave Me A Lamp”.

The single is the second to be taken from the new album and follows Progress in trailing the main event. Speaking of which, we’ve also prepared two teaser videos of some of our special guests for the album.

To coincide with the arrival of Every Valley, we’re repeating our run of in-store shows from The Race For Space release and throwing in a pre-album bonus in the form of an album launch shows at a few UK venues.

Tickets are running low for a few of these so don’t hang about – to get a wristband for show entry you’ll need to pre-order from the shop directly, or, if you already have done, then you should be able to get in touch with the shop directly to register your interest.

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Rough Trade also inform us that at 9am on the day of the respective shows, they’ll be releasing around 70 wristbands in person at the shop itself, so if you miss out online then you can always try and head down there early.

We’ll be doing a shorter 45-50min set to whet your appetite, We’ve also confirmed a few more festival dates this summer, notably Latitude Festival, playing on the Main Stage on Sunday afternoon, as well as another trip up north-east to Newcastle Times Square supporting The Manic street Preachers.

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