In the second episode of The Last Line, James talks to J. Willgoose Esq. of the band, Public Service Broadcasting. Recorded in January of 2018 they cover everything from creative processes, peforming at Brixton Academy, being interviewed and even the trials and tribulations of being a Wimbledon F.C. supporter.
Public Service Broadcasting are a pseudonymous musical group that set new music to old public information films, archive footage and propoganda material. They work closely with institutions such as the BFI to produce concept albums that tackle subjects such as the Welsh Mining Industry (Every Valley, 2017), the Space Race (The Race for Space, 2015) and the Second World War (The War Room EP, 2012).
At first, the band consisted solely of Willgoose who writes the majority of the material and plays a number of different instruments on stage including guitar, banjo and keys. The band now takes the form of a three-piece with Wrigglesworth and JF Abraham also playing multiple instruments during shows.
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