A brand-new PJ release is also huge in the context of PJ Harvey’s romantic history.
PJ wrote the words in a collaboration with John Parish that is both literary and bonkers.
I’ve been spinning some deep cuts the last two PJ Harvey Tuesdays, so this week I’m throwing out a crowd pleaser: “Good Fortune,” off 2000’s Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea.
On September 11, 2001, I was two weeks into high school, a month away from turning fourteen. I was getting ready for school in my bedroom…
“The Faster I Breathe, The Further I Go,” a song not by Morrissey but by PJ Harvey, was used on the soundtrack to a very bad film Harvey was in.
This is a continuation of the PJ Harvey Tuesday series started at the Rumpus. You can see the Rumpus installments here and the rest of the…
Like many of her early songs, it’s full of #misandry, which is made all the more delicious by the fact that all her bandmates are men.
I don’t have a shiny-bladed pocket knife to prove my point, but I have a PJ Harvey song, which I think is close enough.
If “A Perfect Day Elise” sketched some curlicues branching off the story it was based on, “Joy” just goes ahead and dumps the inkwell on the page.
Warfare might seem an odd topic for an old-school ’90s rocker who made her name roaring about broken hearts, but in a certain way it makes sense.