PJ Harvey wins Ivor Novello award for Album of the Year
In what seems like the 100th award (deserved though!) given this year to her, musician PJ Harvey has won an Ivor Novello for Album of the Year.
Harvey's Let England Shake album has won countless awards, including the Mercury Prize, Mojo's Album of the Year, NME's Album of the Year and many others.
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The first in a series of short films, directed by the esteemed award-winning photographer Seamus Murphy, has been unveiled on PJ Harveyâs official website www.pjharvey.net this morning. Directed by Murphy the series of short films accompany all 12 songs on Harveyâs new album Let England Shake. âThe Last Living Roseâ is the first video in the series air and can be seen below. Inspired and developed from themes in Harveyâs new album, the 12 films feature ... (continued) [read more]
PJ Harvey has announced a show at the Royal Albert Hall on October 30th, with tickets going on-sale this Friday. [read more]
Esteemed award-winning photographer Seamus Murpht has directed a series of short films to accompany all 12 songs from PJ Harveyâs new album Let England Shake. âThe Last Roseâ will be the first video to air and will premier on Harveyâs official website www.pjharvey.net on Monday December 20th. Inspired and developed from themes in Harveyâs new album, the 12 films will feature still and moving images from a 5,000 mile road-trip that Murphy undertook around England. ... (continued) [read more]
PJ Harveyâs eighth studio album Let England Shake, is set for release on February 14th via Island Records. A full tracklisting for the album has also been announced. Tracklisting 1. Let England Shake, 2. The Last Living Rose 3. The Glorious Land 4. The Words That Maketh Murder 5. All And Everyone 6. On Battleship Hill 7. England 8. In The Dark Places 9. Bitter Branches 10. Hanging In The Wire 11. Written On The Forehead 12. The Colour of The Earth In the mean... (continued) [read more]