Public Service Broadcasting Announce November 2013 UK Tour

Public Service Broadcasting Announce November 2013 UK Tour

Public Service Broadcasting released their debut album 'Inform - Educate - Entertain' on 6th May 2013 through Test Card Recordings, entering the UK charts at #21. The band are currently engaged in a busy summer of festivals including stage-headline shows at Secret Garden Party, End Of The Road & Wickerman plus appearances at Glastonbury, Standon Calling, Green Man, Festival No.6 and many more. They are also set for two very high profile support slots, with the Rolling Stones at Hyde Park and New Order at Jodrell Bank.

In line with their penchant for doing things 'the old fashioned way', they are continuing their extensive touring schedule later into the year and today are announcing a 19-date UK tour for November including a date at London's Forum on 20th November - details of all dates below. This follows on from two sold out Village Underground shows in May and an upcoming AIM Awards show at The Lexington, which sold out in 5 hours.

Today, the band also premiere the new video for current single, 'Theme From PSB' (due 12th August). The light-hearted video shows J. Willgoose, Esq. and his faithful drumming companion, Wrigglesworth, stepping back in time and mingling with other public service broadcasters who came before them.


Monday 4th November - The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen 
Tuesday 5th November - Oran Mor, Glasgow 
Wednesday 6th November - The Picture House, Edinburgh 
Friday 7th November - Academy 2, Manchester 
Saturday 8th November - Warehouse 34, Newcastle 
Sunday 9th November - The Leadmill, Sheffield 
Tuesday 11th November - Stylus, Leeds 
Wednesday 12th November - Library, Birmingham 
Thursday 13th November - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham 
Friday 14th November - Sugarmill, Stoke on Trent 
Saturday 15th November - Stiff Kitten, Belfast 
Sunday 16th November - Button Factory, Dublin 
Tuesday 18th November - Junction, Cambridge 
Thursday 20th November - The Forum, London 
Friday 21th November - Globe, Cardiff 
Monday 25th November - East Village Arts Club, Liverpool 
Tuesday 26th November - Anson Rooms, Bristol 
Wednesday 27th November - Concorde 2, Brighton 
Thursday 28th November - The Brook, Southampton


Friday 5th July - Blissfields, Winchester 
Saturday 6th July - Fling Festival, Chelmsford 
Sunday 7th July - Live from Jodrell Bank, Macclesfield w/ New Order 
Sunday 7th July - Beat-Herder, Lancashire 
Friday 12th July - Sin City, Swansea 
Saturday 13th July - Hyde Park, London w/ Rolling Stones 
Sunday 14th July - Leefest, Kent 
Wednesday 17th July - AIM Awards Warm-Up - The Lexington, London 
Friday 19th July - Truck Festival, Oxford 
Saturday 20th July - Tramlines Festival, Sheffield 
Sunday 21st July - The Deer Shed Festival, Yorkshire 
Friday 26th July - Secret Garden Party, Huntingdon 
Saturday 27th July - Wickerman, Dundrennan 
Sunday 28th July - Kendal Calling, Lake District 
Friday 2nd August - Y-Not Festival, Derbyshire 
Saturday 3rd August - Standon Calling, Hertfordshire 
Sunday 4th August - Wickham Festival, Hampshire 
Saturday 10th August - Esquires, Bedford 
Wednesday 14th August - The Zephyr Lounge @ The Assembly, Royal Leamington Spa 
Thursday 15th August - South Street, Reading 
Sunday 18th August - Green Man Festival, Glanusk 
Thursday 29th August - Phoenix, Exeter 
Friday 30th August - ArcTanGent Festival, Bristol 
Saturday 31st August - Jersey Live, Jersey 
Sunday 1st September - End Of The Road, Dorset 
Thursday 12th September - The Picturedome, Holmsfirth 
Friday 13th September - Ramsbottom Festival, Lancashire 
Saturday 14th September - Wirksworth Festival, Derbyshire