PJ Harvey announces two new UK shows for September

Singer will play dates in Glasgow and Manchester

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PJ Harvey has announced two new UK live shows for September.

The singer, who is currently promoting her eighth studio album ‘Let England Shake’, will play Glasgow‘s Royal Concert Hall on September 4 and Manchester‘s O2 Apollo on September 8.

PJ Harvey is also booked for several festival appearances around the same time as these dates, including high profile slots at Bestival and Electric Picnic festival in Ireland.

She is additionally set to support Portishead at All Tomorrow’s PartiesI’ll Be Your Mirror festival in London in July, playing alongside the likes of Grinderman and Caribou.

Harvey recently said that though she has lots of ideas for the follow-up to ‘Let England Shake’, it could take her up to 10 years to record it.

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