November 30, 2011 19:25

PJ Harvey to release 'Let England Shake' short films on DVD

'Let England Shake: 12 Short Films by Seamus Murphy' is out December 12

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PJ Harvey is set to release a series of short films made by war photographer Seamus Murphy to accompany her album 'Let England Shake' on DVD on December 12.

Murphy made 'Let England Shake: 12 Short Films by Seamus Murphy' out of images from his work in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Middle East, combining them with new footage from across England. The DVD will include a new, previously unseen film for 'England'. Notes made by Murphy on the making of all of the films will also be included.

The 'Let England Shake: 12 Short Films by Seamus Murphy' tracklisting is:

'Let England Shake'
'The Last Living Rose'
'The Glorious Land'
'The Words That Maketh Murder'
'All And Everyone'
'On Battleship Hill'
'England'
'In The Dark Places'
'Bitter Branches'
'Hanging In The Wire'
'Written On The Forehead'
'The Colour Of The Earth'
'England (Solo Version)'




The album, which is the singer's 10th studio record, won the Uncut Music Award for 2011 as well as the Barclaycard Mercury Prize earlier this year. It was given the maximum score of 10 out of 10 by NME when it was reviewed in February.

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