A huge amount of feature films, shorts and premieres are descending on Melbourne this August.
“PJ Harvey’s howling, searing second album, released in 1993, nearly tore my head off. I loved it. “
“This weekend has been a cold reminder about the current state of our world, and PJ Harvey’s show did more to confront than to comfort”
Feat. Nick Cave, PJ Harvey and a whole lot more.
Tickets to all shows are selling fast
With her full 10-piece band in tow.
Harvey’s disparate accounts seem random, and fragmentary, lacking context.
“I always knew she was better than me, and I liked that,” Love once said about Harvey.
Is this the greatest lineup of the year so far?
A live audience will be able to watch PJ Harvey record the much anticipated follow up to her award winning 2011 album Let England Shake as the English musician, her band and production team will work their magic on her ninth studio effort behind one-way-mirrored glass as part of an art installation. The living art
Adele and PJ Harvey became Members of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire this week when the Queen awarded them MBEs in her annual Birthday Honours list. Both singers were honoured for their services to the music industry. This rounds up a year of prestigious awards for Adele, who now goes by the
Influential English musician Polly Jean (PJ) Harvey has released a new song, titled Shaker Aamer in honour of the 46-year-old British resident currently being held inside the torturous US prison Guantánamo Bay. The dark lyrics of Harvey’s new tune speak of Aamer’s constant suffering, his involvement in hunger strikes and the mental anguish caused by
Dave Grohl has recently revealed that he approached PJ Harvey to replace Kurt Cobain on stage for a Nirvana song during the recent Sound City Players gig in London. In an interview with the famed UK weekly music magazine NME, Grohl said that he tried to get Harvey to do a cover of Milk It
There’s been some controversy over a recent review of PJ Harvey’s show in Perth, published on 720 ABC Perth. Fans have lashed out calling the review “sexist” and “Utter crap. Embarassing.”. It was comments in the article such as “like many of other males have been introduced to PJ Harvey by my partner.”, “We talk
Hobart’s MONA FOMA Festival returns this year with a line-up that’s being described as troubadours of the weird, world famous and never- heard-before music, dance, theatre, visual art, and sound. This year PJ Harvey will front the line-up with her thought-provoking songs off her current album Let England Shake, as well as pieces from her
PJ Harvey has sold out Melbourne’s Regent Theatre in a matter of hours. In response to popular demand, a 2nd Melbourne show has been added for Monday 16 January 2012. Tickets to this 2nd and final Regent Theatre show will be on sale 9am Wednesday 19 October via Ticketmaster. PJ Harvey will perform material from
PJ Harvey has announced a tour of Australia for January 2012 that will include shows at Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Horbart. The series of theatre performances will see her showcase her newest album, Let England Shake.
This year’s nominations for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize have been announced in London, with the usual eclectic mixture of artists vying for the award, which gets announced in September.
Still basking in the afterglow of the release of her latest album, Let England Shake, PJ Harvey has revealed she is to go back to her roots as an artist and plans to unleash some of her paintings to the world, as well as some of her poetry and prose. Harvey spoke of her wider
In the same week that her new album Let England Shake receives praise from critics across the globe, PJ Harvey has been approached by the Imperial War Museum in London to become an ‘official war song correspondent’. The Guardian reports that the diminutive 41-year-old has been offered the chance to travel to the world’s most