Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Watch: Public Service Broadcasting Unveil "Sputnik" Music Video

London experimental/electronic duo Public Service Broadcasting (aka J. Willgoose, Esq. and Wrigglesworth) have unveiled the video for their trippy new single "Sputnik"

October 4th 1957 marked the start of the space age, when the Soviet Union successfully launched Sputnik I. The Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank Observatory was the largest radio telescope in the world and the only device that could track Sputnik’s carrier rocket. 

The Lovell Telescope picked up Sputnik on 11 October 1957 – on the anniversary of that date in 2015, Public Service Broadcasting filmed the video for ‘Sputnik’ in front of the iconic structure.

The track is taken from their 'Sputnik/Korolev' EP, which will be released on 12" vinyl, CD and digital on 20 November via Test Card Recordings, along with 4 stellar remixes from Blondish, Petar Dundov, Eagles & Butterflies, and Plugger. Pre-order your copy here.

The video celebrates the launch of the first satellite into earth orbit and highlight The Lovell Telescope’s role in making space exploration history.

Take a look below.

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