PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING – ” People, Let’s Dance “

Posted: June 10, 2021 in MUSIC
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Inspired by historian and travel writer Rory MacLean, new Public Service Broadcasting single “People, Let’s Dance” is sang almost entirely in German in homage to the book Berlin: Imagine A City. Moving away from the sample-based indie-electronica for which they’re famed, and more towards an Eurocentric art-pop sound, their latest song glides seamlessly and is suitably accompanied by a stunning video of roller skaters wheeling before a post-industrial cityscape, as directed by Chloe Hayward.

“People, Let’s Dance” is taken from the London based band’s upcoming fourth album which they now reveal is to be titled “Bright Magic” which is released on 24th of September, Public Service Broadcasting celebrate their new material with an unmissable show at Nottingham’s iconic Rock City – set your personal reminder right now!

“Obviously we’re still in a time of quite substantial uncertainty about what the rest of the year looks like, but please, take a leap of faith with us and believe in the power of progress. We shall (hopefully!) be together again – we shall!” –

J. Willgoose Esq.

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