The Race For Space – Out Now!

Posted on 22 Feb 15 The PSB News | No Comments

 

Out of this world” The Observer ****

A multi-faceted – yet cohesive – creation that burnishes anew the golden age of space exploration” Mojo ****

Make no bones about it, this is a beautiful record… just wonderful” Drowned in Sound 8/10

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Thanks for your support – we hope you enjoy the album.

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“The promise of the space age was never fully delivered but for PSB the horizon looks boundless” NME 8/10

 

A perfectly realised work of art” The Sun **** 

Richly entertaining, immersive and evocative, orchestrated with fastidious care and feeling” The Independent ****

“A fascinating musical history lesson” Time Out Album of the Week

Rich and evocative…the sound of two young men gazing heavenwards and dreaming” Uncut 7/10

“Vibrates with poignancy and grandeur” Q***

A thrilling trip to the stars” Hot Press 9/10

A rocket-fuelled silver screen roller coaster… PSB are pushing the boundaries of what rock music can be” DIY

Atmospheric synths, crashing cymbals… an epic sci-fi score” Stereogum

“This is the pinnacle of what PSB are trying to achieve, by breathing new life into dusty old relics, and it makes for truly magical, exhilarating listening” The 405

A euphoric musical journey” Shortlist Albums of 2015

Kraftwerk-meets-Aphex Twin-meets-Daft Punk… suitable for a laser show at the local planetarium” NPR

Brilliantly executed” The Guardian