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Premiere | Watch Public Service Broadcasting play ‘Spitfire’ live at Brixton


The Last Mixed Tape is proud to be giving the exclusive Irish premiere of Public Service Broadcasting ‘Spitfire’ live at Brixton Academy.

Filmed at Brixton Academy on November 29th of last year, Public Service Broadcasting’s powerful performance, which included a 13-piece choir, 5-piece string section, expanded brass section, a longer set list, Smoke Fairies guesting on ‘Valentina’, a surprise special guest, dancers, pyrotechnics and more, has been captured and recorded in this epic taster ‘Spitfire’.

Due for release on December 2nd as a double LP/CD release including DVD with audio commentary and bonus features. The set list includes:

1. The Race For Space
2. Sputnik
3. Signal 30
4. Theme From PSB
5. Night Mail
6. London Can Take It
7. Valentina
8. Korolev
9. E.V.A.
10. If War Should Come
11. Spitfire
12. Lit Up
13. The Other Side
14. Go!
15. Tomorrow
16. Gagarin
17. Everest

Speaking about the forthcoming PSB release frontman J. Willgoose, Esq. says: “We first talked about the possibility of a live album and DVD a long while before Brixton and I have to confess that I ruled it out almost immediately”

“I was persuaded over a few months, though, by both the reaction on the night – which was overwhelming – and of those who watched the stream as it went out live, that something special had occurred and it truly was worth documenting. Brixton had been a dream of mine ever since seeing the Manics there on their Everything Must Go tour many

moons ago. Playing there as Public Service Broadcasting, and selling it out, was something I never even thought of as a possibility. It’s my favourite venue in the world and we wanted to make it a show to remember.”

Click below to watch Public Service Broadcasting perform ‘Spitfire’ live at Brixton. You can pre-order the ‘Live at Brixton’ – here.

Video Credits:
Audio and video content recorded by Living Indie at O2 Academy Brixton on 29 November 2015
Video edited by Niall Trask at The Kill Shop

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