PJ Harvey swung by the set of BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show this past weekend in support of her first new album in over five years, The Hope Six Demolition Project. The alt rock titan — and one of the most anticipated live acts of the summer — rolled out a no-nonsense performance of single “The Community of Hope”. Additionally, she sat down for a short but rare interview about the record.
On the album’s combining of songwriting and journalism, she said: “I still call myself a songwriter, really. I mean, I gather information for songs and my biggest drive in my life is to want to sing to people — that’s the way I get across the things that interest me and the things that concern me.”
Watch the full thing above.https://youtu.be/HTQuCnjxGu0