The longtime shape-shifter follows up 2007’s austere White Chalk with Let England Shake, her loosest, most eclectic effort in years. England veers from nervy guitar rock to dreamy café pop; ”Written on the Forehead” even samples an old reggae tune. In characteristically perverse fashion, Harvey uses the bright grooves to present her grim thoughts on the world?s armed conflicts. It’s a hoedown for the end of civilization. A
Let England ShakeThe longtime shape-shifter follows up 2007's austere White Chalk with Let England Shake, her loosest, most eclectic effort in...Let England ShakeRockThe longtime shape-shifter follows up 2007's austere White Chalk with Let England Shake, her loosest, most eclectic effort in...2011-02-09
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: P.J. Harvey
Posted February 9 2011 — 12:00 AM EST
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