Public Access T.V. are a band firmly planted in downtown New York City. Before they released their first song, played their first show, or even had a name, Public Access T.V. were a band. Best friends out every night together, sharing clothes, cigarettes, pocket change, and most importantly living together in a dilapidated East Village loft where they could stay up all night playing music loudly.
It wasn't like 'let's start a band,' 24-year-old singer and main songwriter John Eatherly says of the formation. We already were playing music and hanging out together all the time. We were all doing different things, playing as hired guns for anybody just to pay the rent, and then one day I came in with these songs I wrote and we all just knew this was something we wanted to do for real.
After performing at a bunch of summer festivals last year, as well as dates with The Strokes, Fidlar and Palma Violets, PATV released their first LP Never Enough on 23rd September 2016 via Cinematic. On it's release The Guardian awarded it 4 proclaiming it, "a debut fans of rock'n'roll will love".
Following from a string of brilliantly chaotic nights in the capital, including their most recent at The Lexington, PATV return to London once more, this time round celebrating their comeback single out this November!