Public Service Broadcast: Rams' Pocket Radio

With the tenth installment of Public Service Broadcast on its way, we are featuring one new band each week, for the next ten weeks.

Rams' Pocket Radio is Peter McCauley, a drummer, pianist and songwriter from Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Unfettered personal expression is the focus, and with the timeless works of 1950's designer Dieter Rams in mind; purity, simplicity and longevity are the first concerns. Live, Peter is joined by his friends and between them they create an intense and unmissable musical experience.

Video shot and directed by Tony Webster - Big Bad Llama


PSB Featured Track: 'Coal My Lips Are Sealed'


'Coal My Lips Are Sealed' In A Tweet: Pure proper pop.


Why this song?

Coal My Lips Are Sealed has been a favourite in the STA team for a while, its honest powerful pop music, the type of song that you want to play on repeat and definitely will never get sick of. Coal is a true representation of the talent of Rams' Pocket Radio and the potential for great things.


For Fans Of.. Mew, Radiohead