Public Service Broadcasting at the UEA and some Dereliction, Norwich and Manningtree - 14th October 2017

Archive-based band PSB stop off at the UEA's Lower Common Room as part of their "Every Valley" tour and perform a stonking set from the new album, as well as some favourites from the last few years. Before that, the former Wardle-Storey/British Xylonite factory at Brantham, just outside Manningtree, is finally being cleared - a whole decade after its closure in 2007.

next album: Trafalgar Day and Pizza, Norwich, Norfolk - 15th October 2017
previous album: Fred Goes Ape, High Lodge, Brandon, Suffolk - 24th September 2017

Down at Diss Station, the former Espresso Vapore café is being hacked around

Massive pneumatic jack-hammers make short work of the old factory buildings

The site is slowly reclaimed

The tide is out

Not even the trees have been spared

Piles of rubble

More concrete breaking, in a maze of pipes

Somebody abseils down the 'Hank Zipzer' building in Stratford

The Regents Canal, looking towards Docklands, is all green algae again

Striking new graffiti near Brick Lane

Epic shoegazers 'Palace' are supporting Public Service Broadcasting

Palace do their thing

PSB's mining-themed set includes miners' lamps

PSB on stage

The band play 'Spitfire'

More Spitfires

Clap along

J. Willgoose Esq. on guitar

A Cosmonaut bounces around on stage

The end of the gig

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Down at Diss Station, the former Espresso Vapore café is being hacked around