Articles containing 'PJ Harvey'
Let England Shake review
Anthony Fantano from the needle drop did a video review of PJ Harvey's new album, Let England Shake. He discussed his thoughts on PJ's vocal style, his favorite track, "England", the song subjects, and more. Check out the video below.
PJ Harvey and James Vincent McMorrow sale on Amazon!
PJ Harvey's Critically Acclaimed New Album, LET ENGLAND SHAKE, is Available Now!
Click HERE to head to iTunes to purchase PJ Harvey's critically acclaimed new album, Let England Shake. The album has been declared "Best New Music" by Pitchfork. Click HERE to check out the brand new video for the song "Let England Shake".
NPR interviews PJ Harvey
PJ Harvey was interviewed on NPR's Fresh Air earlier today to discuss her new album, Let England Shake with WHYY's Terry Gross. PJ talked about the research that went into writing the album, as well as her musical and instrumental decisions. She also mentions how her childhood and parents influences her work. In case you missed it, you can now listen to the in-depth interview below.
PJ Harvey Premieres Video for "Let England Shake" on Pitchfork
Pitchfork has just premiered the latest short film, once again directed by Seamus Murphy, for the title track of PJ Harvey's forthcoming album Let England Shake. You can watch the video below, and click HERE for the full article.
Let England Shake becomes available tomorrow! Click HERE to pre-order on iTunes. And don't forget that today at 8pm GMT (3pm EST/12pm PST) PJ will be performing via a live webcast from Paris at PJHarvey.net !
PJ Harvey Live Webcast from Paris on Monday!
UPDATE: AND WE'RE LIVE!!! Watch PJ Harvey perform Let England Shake live from Paris
Let England Shake becomes available tomorrow! Click HERE to pre-order on iTunes.
To mark the release of Let England Shake, PJ Harvey will debut her new album live in a one-off, special show from Paris next Monday February 14th.
The show will be streamed live on Monday night at 8pm GMT (3pm EST/12pm PST) by the French music site Deezer and the cultural channel ARTE.
The webcast will also be available on the official PJ Harvey site PJHarvey.net
Let England Shake, Harvey’s eighth studio album is set for release next Tuesday and has already received exceptional reviews internationally. This week’s NME awards it a rare 10/10, calling it “arguably her most brilliant record to date.”
Harvey will play two sold out shows at The Troxy in London later this month, as well as sold-out dates in Brussels, Berlin, and Paris. April will see Harvey return to the States for her debut Coachella performance and sold out shows in New York and San Francisco.
Stream PJ Harvey's New Album In Its Entirety on NPR.com!
PJ Harvey's forthcoming album Let England Shake may not come out until next week (2/15), but thanks to NPR Music's First Listen you can now stream the album in its entirety on NPR.com! Click HERE to listen to the full album and HERE to preorder Let England Shake on iTunes.
Watch PJ Harvey's Exclusive Interview with NME.com
Pj Harvey talks about things that inspire her, her songwriting, and recording process for her new album, 'Let England Shake'.
PJ Harvey discusses the influences and her studies on the subject of war, humanity, nature, and politics in her songs.
PJ Harvey Confirms San Francisco & New York Appearances
PJ Harvey has confirmed two U.S. headline shows in addition to her appearance at the already sold out Coachella festival.
The headline dates—April 14 at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco and April 20 at Terminal 5 in New York—fall on either side of the April 17 Coachella set.
The San Francisco show is on sale now, click HERE for tickets. New York tickets will go on sale February 4 HERE.
PJ Harvey’s eighth studio album, Let England Shake, will be released February 15 in the U.S. by Vagrant Records. The record’s release is already being heralded by some of the most enthusiastic critical notices of her distinguished career: In her native UK, Let England Shake has received 5 star reviews from Q and MOJO, while UNCUT named it Album of the Month.
While here in the U.S., pre-review reception has been equally enthusiastic, with “Written On The Forehead” inspiring THE NEW YORKER to posit that PJ Harvey may well be “still the single most uncompromising, restless presence in modern rock,” while “The Words That Maketh Murder” earned a ROLLING STONE Top Singles review and news of the new album’s impending release moved NEW YORK magazine to remark “PJ Harvey, we’ve missed you.”
Preorders for Let England Shake are live now at iTunes and Amazon.
PJ Harvey’s band for these rare U.S. headline gigs and Coachella will be John Parish, Mick Harvey and Jean-Marc Butty. For further information go to PJHarvey.net.