PJ Harvey and John Parish rope in Britart stars for new video

You can watch 'Black Hearted Love' here

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PJ Harvey and John Parish have roped in acclaimed British artists The Chapman Brothers for their new video.

The duo are returning with new album 'A Woman A Man Walked By', and Jake and Dinos Chapman have made the video for the first single 'Black Hearted Love'.

Harvey and Parish said: "We were both very excited that Jake and Dinos Chapman wanted to make a video for 'Black Hearted Love'. The result is beautiful, mysterious, surreal and enhances the song wonderfully."

The Chapman Brothers, who were nominated for the Turner Prize in 2003, said of their treatment: "We decided 'Black Hearted Love' deserved something haunting and enigmatic – yet brazen and colourful. Hence, a collision between an ominous forest and a garish bouncy castle seemed entirely appropriate. Working with Polly and John was an absolute pleasure.”

'A Woman A Man Walked By' is released by Island on March 30, with 'Black Hearted Love' following on April 13. You can watch the video below.



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