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PJ Harvey’s ninth album of stormy, spectral blues-rock feels like a kind of sequel to 2011’s Let England Shake. This time, she maps her apocalyptic vision onto America. Led by the eerie, anthemic “The Community of Hope”, The Hope Six Demolition Project strikes Harvey’s inimitable balance between ethereal and direct, ghostly and gut-punching. The military choruses (“The Ministry of Defence”), blues stomps (“The Ministry of Social Affairs”) and haunted, New Orleans-style shuffles (“Medicinals”) here are all anchored by her plaintive howl.

Biography

Born: 09 October 1969 in Yeovil, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

During the alternative rock explosion, several female singer/songwriters rose to prominence, but few have proved as distinctive or as widely praised as Polly Jean Harvey. Over the course of her career, Harvey established herself as one of the most individual and influential songwriters of her era, exploring themes of sex, love, and religion with unnerving honesty, dark humor, and a twisted theatricality. At the outset, she led the trio PJ Harvey, which delivered her stark songs with bruisingly powerful,...
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