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Gallery. Public Service Broadcasting shine at Cambridge Corn Exchange

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Public Service Broadcasting returned to the Cambridge Corn Exchange last night, bringing their latest release ‘Every Valley’ with them. Recorded in former industrial town Ebbw Vale and chronicling the vertiginous rise and devastating fall of the Welsh mining industry, it featured collaborations with Tracyanne Campbell of Camera Obscura, James Dean Bradfield, Haiku Salut and Lisa Jên Brown of 9Bach, as well as the Beaufort Male Choir.

The current tour follows a stunning 2017 which saw the release of their critically acclaimed third record Every Valley and a sold-out UK tour which included a spectacular performance at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

English artist Jane Weaver joined them on the bill, with PSB’s J. Willgoose, Esq commenting on Weaver in a press release: ‘Modern Kosmology was one of my favourite albums of 2017 so we’re really happy that Jane is joining the bill. I’m sure our audiences will really enjoy her music.’

Rich Etteridge was on hand to capture this gallery for us.