PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING release new video for single People Will Always Need Coal

Public Service Broadcasting have announced a Record Store Day exclusive 12” for their current single ‘People Will Always Need Coal’ alongside a new video for the track. [Watch BELOW]

The RSD exclusive will be available 21st April and features an eclectic set of remixes from Flamingods and Vessels moulding the ‘People Will Always Need Coal’ original into fresh new shapes. The vinyl also features remixes of past singles from Plaid, Nabihah Iqbal and Dark Sky. The band are vocal supporters of Record Store Day, stating “It’s always nice to be part of Record Store Day and to support independent record shops – they’ve been so important for us so it’s the least we can do. Here’s hoping for another successful, maybe even record-breaking, day in aid of independent music across the world.”

The striking new video for ‘People Will Always Need Coal’ uses enlightening footage of the Welsh coal mining industry in its heyday. J Willgoose says “the footage comes from various NCB recruitment materials, all doing their best to sell a dangerous and dirty job to a new generation. Over all of it, the dark irony of what was to come in the 1980s and 1990s looms – it really is telling, and sad, how swiftly a ‘job for life’ became an ex-job.”

Check out the video for ‘People Will Always Need Coal’ – BELOW:

The band are preparing themselves for a tour around Europe with Editors before their own UK headline tour which starts on 5th April in Oxford.

Record Store Day 12” Tracklist

A1 People Will Always Need Coal
A2 People Will Always Need Coal (Flamingods Remix)
A3 People Will Always Need Coal (Vessels Remix)
B1 They Gave Me A Lamp (Plaid Remix)
B2 They Gave Me A Lamp (Nabihah Iqbal Remix)
B3 Progress (Dark Sky Remix)

Public Service Broadcasting Tour Dates

# Headline performances
* w/ Editors

*16th March – La Condition Publique – Lille – France
*17th March (SOLD OUT) Sportpalais – Antwerp – Belgium
*18th March – Schlachthof – Wiesbaden – Germany
*20th March – La Laiterie – Strasbourg – France
*21st March – Rockhal Esch Sur Alzette – Luxembourg
*23rd March – Olympia- Paris – France
*24th March – Halle Münsterland- Münster – Germany
*25th March – Palladium- Köln – Germany
*27th March (SOLD OUT) Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam – Netherlands
*28th March – VEGA Musikkens Hus – Copenhagen – Denmark
*29th March – Berns- Stockholm – Sweden
*31st March (SOLD OUT) – Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt- Hamburg – Germany
*1st April (SOLD OUT) – Tempodrom – Germany
#5th April – New Theatre Oxford – United Kingdom
#6th April – O2 Academy Bournemouth – United Kingdom
#7th April – Dome Brighton – United Kingdom
#8th April – Winter Gardens Margate – United Kingdom
#10th April – Corn Exchange Cambridge – United Kingdom
#11th April – Brangwyn Hall Swansea – United Kingdom
#12th April – Olympia Liverpool – United Kingdom
#13th April – De Montfort Hall Leicester – United Kingdom
#14th April – Usher Hall Edinburgh – United Kingdom
#16th Apr – Empire Middlesbrough – United Kingdom
28th April – Groovin The Moo Festival Maitland – Australia
29th April – Groovin The Moo Festival Canberra – Australia
5th May – Groovin The Moo Festival Bendigo – Australia
6th May – Groovin The Moo Festival Townsville – Australia
#8th May – Howler Melbourne – Australia
#10th May – Oxford Art Factory Sydney – Australia
12th May – Groovin The Moo Festival Bunbury – Australia
25th May – BBC Biggest Weekend Belfast – United Kingdom
2nd June – All Points East London – United Kingdom
2nd June – Primavera Sound Barcelona – Spain
9th June – Primavera Porto Porto – Portugal
20th July – Bluedot Festival Jodrell Bank – United Kingdom
21st July – Deer Shed Festival North Yorkshire – United Kingdom
16th Aug – Green Man Festival Brecon Beacons – United Kingdom

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