The track was recorded during the 'Hope Six Demolition Project' sessions at Somerset House
PJ Harvey has shared a previously unreleased song called ‘Guilty’.
The track was recorded in January 2015, during the musician’s ‘Recording In Progress’ residency at London’s Somerset House.
Fans were able to watch Harvey and her band create and record her latest album ‘The Hope Six Demolition Project’ in a purpose-built studio. The album went to Number One in the Official UK Albums Chart upon its release.
Listen to ‘Guilty’ below.
The record was influenced by Harvey’s trips to Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington D.C.
Earlier this week (July 11), Harvey announced a raft of new UK tour dates for later this year.
Tickets for the London shows go on sale Wednesday (July 13) at 9am, while tickets for the remaining gigs go on sale Friday (July 15) at 9am.
PJ Harvey will play the following dates:
London, Brixton Academy (October 30)
London, Brixton Academy (October 31)
Glasgow, SECC (November 2)
Manchester, Victoria Warehouse (November 3)
Wolverhampton, Starworks Warehouse (November 4)