Public Service Broadcasting air space-age new track ‘Korolev’


Public Service Broadcasting have shared online ‘Korolev’, the final track to be previewed form the bands forthcoming, soviet inspired ‘Sputnik/Korolev’ Double A-side release.

‘Korolev’ is named after the late Sergei Korolev, who was the “Chief Designer” of the Soviet’s space programme throughout the 50’s and early 60’s – during which time the USSR were battling with the U.S to put Man in Space. The track itself see’s the Public Service Broadcasting duo cleverly mold together an atmospheric space-age soundtrack, that combines heavy-synths and pulsating-beats with a reel of old-skool Soviet sound-bites. Check it out below.

Public Service Broadcasting will release Double A-side ‘Sputnik/Korolev’ on November 20th.