Public Service Broadcasting

Space fiends and dance nerds unite!

February 24st, Public Service Broadcasting releases The Race For Space. Whether you’re nerdy enough to regularly check in with Mars Curiosity Twitter Feed (that’d be me) or you just want to get your dance on (uh, also me), this is the place to be.  Don’t believe me?  Here are two reasons for you from the music video:

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It’s a dance party in space, yo.
It's a dance party in space, yo.
In space, no one can hear you scream. But they can still see your moves.

But the space dance cosmic collision doesn’t end there. Check it:

PSB will transport the listener back to a time when the USA & the USSR battled to gain control of a new frontier – space. Telling the story of the space race through archive footage and propaganda of the time, the album weaves its way from Sputnik’s launch in 1957 to the last mission to the moon, Apollo 17, in 1972, taking in some of the dramatic highs – and lows – en route.

Oh, I’m sorry. Are you still here? I figured you’d already left for the PSB website to preorder that thing (also available on iTunes). I’ll seeya there. Preorder customers get a free download the Gagarin. In the meantime, check out that full video: