PJ Harvey's vinyl reissue series continues with 2011's Let England Shake, due out January 28 via Island/UMC. It has been remastered for vinyl, with cutting by Jason Mitchell at Loud Mastering under the eyes and ear of original co-producer John Parish.

Like with the previous reissues, the album's demos are being released as a separate album on the same day. It features demo versions of all 12 of the album's songs -- including "The Words That Maketh Murder," "The Glorious Land" and "The Last Living Rose" -- as well as new cover artwork by Polly and previously unseen photos by Seamus Murphy.

You can listen to the demo of "Let England Shake," which features a much more prominent sample of the Four Lads’ “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)” than the studio version, and check out the Demos artwork below.

In other news, PJ is releasing a book-length poem, Orlam, that will be out in April.

You can pick up PJ Harvey's debut album, Dry, on vinyl in the BV shop.

PJ Harvey Let England Shake Demos

Let England Shake - Demos tracklist

Side 1
Let England Shake - Demo
The Last Living Rose - Demo
The Glorious Land - Demo
The Words That Maketh Murder - Demo
All And Everyone - Demo
On Battleship Hill – Demo

Side 2
England - Demo
In The Dark Places - Demo
Bitter Branches - Demo
Hanging In The Wire - Demo
Written On The Forehead - Demo
The Colour Of The Earth - Demo

PJ Harvey Let England Shake vinyl reissue

Let England Shake tracklist

Side 1:
Let England Shake
The Last Living Rose
The Glorious Land
The Words That Maketh Murder
All And Everyone
On Battleship Hill

Side 2:
In The Dark Places
Bitter Branches
Hanging In The Wire
Written On The Forehead
The Colour Of The Earth

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