PJ Harvey has announced a forthcoming reissue of her most recent studio album, 2016’s The Hope Six Demolition Project.
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The reissue, set to be released on March 11, is the final entry in the singer-songwriter’s career-spanning reissue series, which has seen every album from her career reissued on vinyl.
To announce the reissue of The Hope Six Demolition Project, Harvey has shared a demo of “The Wheel”, which appears on a second disc featuring a demo version of every song on the original album.
Listen to the demo of “The Wheel” below.
The record, which was originally released in 2011, will be reissued alongside a separate collection of unreleased demos which will be available on CD, vinyl and digital via UMC/Island, and last week shared a demo version of its single “The Words That Maketh Murder”.
The celebrated artist’s discography has been the subject of a comprehensive reissue campaign by UMC/Island and Beggars over the last two years, who are aiming to “celebrate every aspect of Harvey’s recording career and afford a comprehensive and exciting look at the evolution of one of the most singular and extraordinary artists of modern times”.