Public Service Broadcasting’s Every Valley album so faar

Public Service Broadcasting’s Every Valley album so faar

All human life is here. Dig deep4* Daily Mirror

The overall effect is sad and stirring4* Evening Standard

The music beautifully captures a sense of awesome industrial power and a crushing sense of loss4* Guardian

Epic… A moving, modern kind of folk music4* Mail On Sunday

A stirring community taleSunday Times

A stoic eulogy to village life… A unique proposition4* The Times

Sublime4* Uncut

‘In these days of political confusion and wilting job security, Every Valley is timely and useful’ 4* Mojo

Poignant and powerful4* Q

Lush and symphonic… A testament to the power of people4* The Skinny

Great storytelling skill4* Record Collector

Tight guitar motifs, subtle orchestration and thrilling soundbites4* Louder Than War

An unquestionably worthwhile and earnest endeavour4* Classic Pop

A beautifully put together and educational album9/10 Long Live Vinyl

An epic testament to human spirit and heroic endeavourProg

Every Valley ties together a story that needs to be re-told with utmost care and attention4* DIY

These dark tales of social unrest may be based on the past, but this album still feels relevant today4* The Sun

Beautiful9/10 Long Live Vinyl

An unquestionably worthwhile endeavour4* Classic Pop

One to be rememberedReaders Digest

A timely and important listen9/10 Total Guitar

A poignant, subtly political tribute to a lost way of lifeGQ

An extremely moving and satisfying record9/10 Drowned In Sound

Hopeful, brutal, melancholic but above all else – brilliantThe Digital Fix

Extraordinary4* Contact Music

A bit of a masterpiece9/10 Gigwise

Compelling8/10 God Is In The TV

Instantly accessible and intriguing4* Stereoboard

 

Like modern Davids and with the support of their staunchly loyal and ever increasing fan base, Public Service Broadcasting this week enter the official UK album charts at #4, proudly rubbing shoulders with major label Goliaths, including Ed Sheeran and Jay – Z. Their highest chart position to date and a remarkable achievement for a staunchly independent act, they also sit at:

 

#1 INDIE ALBUM CHART

#1 RECORD STORE CHART

#2 VINYL CHART.

 

Newly signed to indie label Play It Again Sam, the band’s third album Every Valley tells the story of the rise and fall of the South Wales coal mining industry. The band have pulled off a remarkable achievement, flying the flag for both the miners and independent music in the process.

PSB will be playing Latitude festival this weekend and are appearing on the main stage at 16:45 on Sunday, 16 July.

 

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