Last Friday, PJ Harvey and photographer/filmmaker Seamus Murphy teamed up for a multimedia performance called The Hollow of the Hand at London's Royal Festival Hall. The show, which takes its title from a new poetry book featuring words from Harvey and photos by Murphy, saw the singer debuting not one, not two, but ten new songs that chronicled the pair's travels between 2011 and 2014 to Washington, Afghanistan, and Kosovo.

The ten new tracks are 'Chain of Keys', 'Homo Sappy Blues', 'Medicinals', 'The Wheel', 'The Community of Hope', 'Near the Memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln', 'River Anacostia', 'The Orange Monkey', 'Dollar Dollar', and 'The Ministry of Social Affairs'; she also read from the poetry book.

Watch some fan-shot footage below.

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The incredible @pj_harvey with Seamus Murphy - beauty from darkness, beauty from chaos #love #London #music #global

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