Limited edition, only 1500 copies.
Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/1HF4ymT Go! is the second single to be taken from Public Service Broadcasting's critically-acclaimed new album The Race For Space.
The album reached #11 in the UK album charts, #1 in the Independent Chart & #1 in Record Store Chart in it's first week, spent 3 weeks in the top 50 and selling over 16,000 copies in the first 4 weeks since release.
The single is a fiery and confident speed-trial of a track, with an infectious hook and the most unlikely sing-along dialogue of the year, all counting down to the moon landing itself when Neil Armstrong utters the relief-filled words, “The Eagle has landed”.
The Race For Space is out now via Test Card Recordings and tells the story of the American & Soviet space race from 1957-1972 via the duo's eccentric mix of guitar-driven electronica, propulsive drumming and spoken word samples culled from this uniquely rich period of modern history. The band are currently in the midst of a globe-trotting tour.
They return to the UK in April where they commence what promises to be a sold out tour following their London, Brighton, Birmingham & Manchester dates selling out 2 months up front. A show at the 02 Academy, Brixton has been announced for Sunday 29 November.
Go! will be released on 7” vinyl on 11 May 2015 with a remix on the B-side from Scottish electro-post-rockers Errors who have just released new album Lease Of Life. The Race For Space follows Inform – Educate – Entertain, Public Service Broadcasting’s debut album which has sold over 50k copies worldwide.
“For PSB the horizon looks boundless” NME 8/10
“Out of this world” The Observer ****
“Vibrates with poignancy and grandeur” Q
“A multi-faceted, yet cohesive, creation that burnishes anew the golden age of space exploration” Mojo ****
“Make no bones about it, this is a beautiful record… just wonderful” Drowned in Sound 8/10
“Richly entertaining, immersive and evocative, orchestrated with fastidious care and feeling” The Independent on Sunday ****
“Rich and evocative...the sound of two young men gazing heavenwards and dreaming” Uncut
“Brilliantly executed” The Guardian
“A magnificent record” GQ
“A perfectly realised work of art” The Sun ****
“Vividly conveys the triumph, the glamour and the tragedy of the space race” Album Of The Week Time Out
“Kraftwerk-meets-Aphex Twin-meets-Daft Punk… suitable for a laser show at the local planetarium” NPR
“Bombastically brilliant” Clash
“Immense” Mail On Sunday ****
“A rocket-fuelled silver screen roller coaster… PSB are pushing the boundaries of what rock music can be” DIY
“You’ll never need another band ever” Esquire
“Brilliantly emotional soundscaping” i ****
"This is the pinnacle of what PSB are trying to achieve, by breathing new life into dusty old relics, and it makes for truly magical, exhilarating listening" The 405
“A euphoric musical journey” Shortlist Albums of 2015
“Pop so high-brow it's nearly in orbit” Channel 4 News
A: Go! (Radio Edit)
B: Go! (Errors Remix)