PJ Harvey previews new single

It airs in full this Thursday

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PJ Harvey has released a sneak preview of her forthcoming single.

The track will air in full on BBC Radio 6 from 4pm GMT Thursday on Steve Lamacq‘s show.

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Harvey has already released a teaser trailer for her new album, which documents her journeys to Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington, D.C.

The album – as yet untitled – was recorded during her month long residency at Somerset House, Recording in Progress, in which audiences were given the opportunity to see Harvey at work with her band and producers in a purpose-built studio.

Harvey has announced additional festival dates for 2016.

She plays Norway’s Øya festival, which takes place at Tøyenparken, Oslo, between August 9 and 13.

She will also play Sweden’s Way Out West, which takes place in Slottsskogen Park, Gothenburg between Thursday August 11 and Saturday August 13.

It’s not yet been confirmed which specific days Harvey will play.

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Harvey previously announed a headline slot at Field Day at London’s Victoria Park on June 12.

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