Album artwork for The Hope Six Demolition Project by PJ Harvey

The Hope Six Demolition Project draws from several journeys undertaken by Harvey, who spent time in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington, D.C. over a four-year period. #When I#m writing a song I visualise the entire scene. I can see the colours, I can tell the time of day, I can sense the mood, I can see the light changing, the shadows moving, everything in that picture. Gathering information from secondary sources felt too far removed for what I was trying to write about. I wanted to smell the air, feel the soil and meet the people of the countries I was fascinated with#, says Harvey.The album was recorded last year in residency at London#s Somerset House. The exhibition, entitled #Recording in Progress# saw Harvey, her band, producers Flood and John Parish, and engineers working within a purpose-built recording studio behind one-way glass, observed throughout by public audiences.

PJ Harvey

The Hope Six Demolition Project

Vagrant
Album artwork for The Hope Six Demolition Project by PJ Harvey
LP

$26.99

180 Gram Vinyl. Housed in Gatefold Sleeve.

Black
Released 03/11/2022Catalog Number

0725414

PJ Harvey

The Hope Six Demolition Project

Vagrant
Album artwork for The Hope Six Demolition Project by PJ Harvey
LP

$26.99

180 Gram Vinyl. Housed in Gatefold Sleeve.

Black
Released 03/11/2022Catalog Number

0725414

The Hope Six Demolition Project draws from several journeys undertaken by Harvey, who spent time in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington, D.C. over a four-year period. #When I#m writing a song I visualise the entire scene. I can see the colours, I can tell the time of day, I can sense the mood, I can see the light changing, the shadows moving, everything in that picture. Gathering information from secondary sources felt too far removed for what I was trying to write about. I wanted to smell the air, feel the soil and meet the people of the countries I was fascinated with#, says Harvey.The album was recorded last year in residency at London#s Somerset House. The exhibition, entitled #Recording in Progress# saw Harvey, her band, producers Flood and John Parish, and engineers working within a purpose-built recording studio behind one-way glass, observed throughout by public audiences.