Booking now Public Access TV announce new album ‘Street Safari’

Public Access TV announce new album ‘Street Safari’

They’ll release the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Never Enough’ next February.

Public Access TV have announced plans to release their new album ‘Street Safari’ in early 2018.

The band have confirmed they’ll release the follow-up to their ‘Never Enough’ debut in February, and have also firmed up plans for a full UK and European tour to coincide.

“I think it’s a cop-out to say that this is our mature album, or whatever cliche thing it is that bands say about their second album.” says frontman John Eatherly, in a press release. “There was no spiritual awakening or come-to-Jesus moment. We’re four young guys trying to figure our lives out, be good people, and a lot of the time find ourselves coming up short. Expressing this through songwriting is the challenge and I can only hope the deliverance.” 

The band have also revealed the first track to be taken from the record, ‘MetroTech’, which you can hear below.

Their newly-announced tour dates are as follows.

FEBRUARY
13 Academy 2. Dublin, Ireland
14 Broadcast. Glasgow
15 Underground. Newcastle, UK
16 Brudenell Social. Leeds, UK
17 Soup Kitchen. Manchester, UK
18 Hare & Hounds. Birmingham, UK
20 Crofters Rights. Bristol, UK
21 Joiners. Southampton, UK
22 Oslo, London, UK
24 Green Door Store. Brighton, UK
26 Yard Club. Cologne, Germany
27 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
28 MOD. Hasselt, Belgium

MARCH
01 Supersonic Club, Paris, France

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