Public Service Broadcasting release GO ahead of Belfast show

psb1Go! is the second single to be taken from Public Service Broadcasting’s critically-acclaimed new album. They will play the Mandela Hall on 3rd May 2015.

The album reached #11 in the UK album charts in it’s first week and has now spent 3 weeks in the top 50.

The track is a fiery and confident speed-trial of a track, with an infectious hook and the most unlikely sing-along dialogue of the year, all counting down to the moon landing itself when Neil Armstrong utters the relief-filled words, “The Eagle has landed”.

The Race For Space is out now via Test Card Recordings and tells the story of the American & Soviet space race from 1957 – 1972 via the duo’s eccentric mix of guitar-driven electronica, propulsive drumming and spoken word samples culled from this uniquely rich period of modern history.

The band are currently in the midst of a globe-trotting tour. They return to the UK in April where they commence what promises to be a sold out tour following their London, Brighton, Birmingham & Manchester dates selling out 2 months up front. A show at the 02 Academy, Brixton has been announced for Sunday 29 November.

Public Service Broadcasting play the Mandela Hall on 3rd May 2015.