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Sharon Horgan on working with PJ Harvey for new ‘Bad Sisters’ theme

Sharon Horgan has told NME about collaborating with PJ Harvey for her forthcoming Apple TV+ show Bad Sisters – revealing that the iconic singer-songwriter has recorded a version of Leonard Cohen’s 1974 track ‘Who by Fire’ as its theme tune. : Sharon Horgan: “I still give...
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PJ Harvey to release new album in 2023

PJ Harvey is set to release her first album since 2016 in 2023. The 52-year-old musician-and-poet admits it took "a long time" to finish the follow-up to 'Hope Six Demolition Project' - which is as yet untitled - but it was worth the wait. In an interview with Rolling Stone,...
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PJ Harvey talks new album, music that inspires her, new book ‘Orlam’ in interview

PJ Harvey wrapped up her extensive vinyl reissue series earlier this year, but it's been a few years since she released a new album -- 2016's The Hope Six Demolition Project is her most recent. We're excited to hear that she does have new music on the horizon, although it's still going to be a while before it arrives. Speaking to Rolling Stone, PJ said that she's been working on a new album, and it's due out in summer of 2023. "I'm very pleased with it," she told Rolling Stone. "It took a long time to write to get right, but at last I feel very happy with it."
Paste Magazine

PJ Harvey Has a New Album Coming in 2023

Rock giant PJ Harvey isn’t much for interviews, but she gave one to The Guardian last month—her first in a decade, the outlet noted—to discuss Orlam, her book-length narrative poem published by Picador Poetry in late April. It went mostly unnoticed at the time, but in that interview, Harvey “lets slip that she has a new album coming out next year,” as Paste contributor Zach Schonfeld pointed out on Twitter Monday morning.
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Nilüfer Yanya played Webster Hall w/ Tasha, covered PJ Harvey (pics, video, setlist)

Nilüfer Yanya released her fantastic second LP, Painless, in March, and she's been on tour supporting it, having recently kicked off the North American leg with Tasha and Ada Lea. That excellent triple bill hit NYC for a show at Webster Hall on Friday night (5/6). Nilüfer got her set off to a strong start with one of Painless' many highlights, "Midnight Sun," and never let up, playing much of the new album -- "Stabilise" really got the crowd moving -- as well as a few older songs, including "Heavyweight Champion of the Year" and "Same Damn Luck." Like she has throughout this tour, she also covered PJ Harvey's "Dry," which sounded right at home beside her own material. Watch a few fan-taken video clips, and see her setlist, below.
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Soccer Mommy on Horror and Ghosts Stories, PJ Harvey and The Smiths

Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Amazon Podcasts | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Radio Public | RSS. Soccer Mommy’s Sophie Allison catches up with Kyle Meredith for an interview about her upcoming album, Sometimes, Forever. The singer-songwriter discusses having a sound that has one...
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theartsdesk on Vinyl 70: Marianne Faithful, Honey Bane, Tinariwen, Kraftwerk, PJ Harvey, Dowdelin and more

James Domestic Carrion Repeating (Amok/TNS) Suffolk-based James Scott is in more bands than there’s space to list here, most notably punk outfit The Domestics. His solo debut is a complete treat that deserves to garner the kind of following Sleaford Mods have built up. Not that it’s a ringer for Sleaford Mods (although there is something of their DNA in his sometimes lairy geezer-ish delivery). James Domestic has more in common with Ian Dury, chatting his way through songs, with witty Cockney panache, applied to subjects ranging from “Weekend Carbs” to crafty, greedy businessmen (“Bean Counter” – “You’re a cunt that can count”!). What makes it all fully work, however, is the sparse purposeful instrumentation, lo-fi new wave pop decorated with oddball synth, here and there, and vocal backing and interludes from singers Clare Gillet and Lucy James. Well-produced and mastered to vinyl, Carrion Repeating is lively-minded, cheeky, funny and engaging from start to finish. Comes with 12” x 12” four page lyric booklet.
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Jarvis Cocker, Warren Ellis and PJ Harvey to appear at Southbank Literature Season

Jarvis Cocker, Warren Ellis and PJ Harvey are among those set to appear at Southbank Centre this summer as part of its Summer Literature Season. The long list of events are set to take place from May to September, featuring a diverse range of musicians and authors, renowned thinkers and contemporary poets.
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PJ Harvey, Jarvis Cocker To Appear At Southbank Centre’s Summer Literature Series

Jarvis Cocker, Warren Ellis and PJ Harvey are among those set to appear at London’s Southbank Centre this summer as part of its Summer Literature Season. The long list of events are set to take place from May to September, featuring a diverse range of musicians and authors, renowned thinkers and contemporary poets.
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Watch Dave Gahan & Soulsavers cover PJ Harvey on ‘Fallon’

Dave Gahan & Soulsavers stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this weekend to promote the release of their latest LP. The Depeche Mode frontman and longtime collaborator Rich Machin released their new covers album ‘Imposter’ back in November under the guise of Soulsavers. Together they deliver unique takes on songs by the likes of Neil Young, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan and many more.
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