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Entertaining education.....

This really shouldn't work, but it certainly does. Mixes the old and the new to a sublime degree.
Think Lemon Jelly with an educational kick. So glad to have discovered this unique band and in this day and age that's all to rare.
Brilliant.

Purchase, Listen, Enjoy

All of the EP's up to now have been brilliant and the album delivers to the same excellent standard. All I can say is that you have to own this album!

Amazing

The best collection of music I've heard in years. There are similarities with Lemon Jelly, but these guys are definitely unique and unlike anything you have heard before. Can't wait to see them live. Great album

Biography

Formed: 2010 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Combining music, spoken word, and visuals, London-based duo Public Service Broadcasting were formed in 2010 when a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter known as J. Willgoose, Esq. recruited the equally regally named drummer Wrigglesworth following a string of eclectic but, ultimately, unfruitful musical outings that had been going on since the late '90s. Inspired by listening to archive material from BBC Radio 4, Willgoose began to delve deeper, searching for both audio clips and film footage from...
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