PJ Harvey – “A Child’s Question, August” [Video]

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PJ Harvey has released a new song and video, “A Child’s Question, August,” with the announcement of her tenth studio album, I Inside the Old Year Dying. The new album – Harvey’s first since 2016’s Grammy-nominated The Hope Six Demolition Project – will be released on July 7th via Partisan Records. The album is produced by long-time collaborators Flood and John Parish. Today’s song release comes with a video, directed by Steve Gullick.

Throughout her career, Harvey has always ensured that each phase of her progress has taken her somewhere new, but her latest music is audacious and original even by her own standards. Full of a sense of a cyclical return to new beginnings, it combines its creative daring with a sense of being open and inviting, in the most fascinating way. The new songs, Harvey says, offer “a resting space, a solace, a comfort, a balm – which feels timely for the times we’re in.”

I Inside the Old Year Dying’s story goes back six years, to the end of touring around her last album in 2017 and how Harvey felt immediately afterwards. What she keenly felt was that somewhere in the endless cycle of albums and tours, she had lost her connection with music itself, a realization that was troubling beyond words.

You can order the album HERE.

Fire Note Staff

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