(NEW YORK, Feb. 14, 2011) — PJ Harvey has added a second show at New York City’s Terminal 5. The new date will take place April 19, the day before the previously announced April 20 show which sold out completely within hours of on-sale.
PJ Harvey will be making two other U.S. appearances in support of her new album Let England Shake: an already sold out April 14 date at the Warfield in San Francisco and an April 17 set at Coachella.
Let England Shake is out tomorrow in the U.S. and today, February 14th, in the UK and Europe-the same day PJ Harvey will debut her new album live in a one-off, special show from Paris to be streamed live at 8pm GMT by the French music site Deezer www.deezer.com and the cultural chanel ARTE www.arteliveweb.com
The webcast will also be available on the official PJ Harvey site www.pjharvey.net
Let England Shake, Harvey’s eighth studio album has already received exceptional reviews internationally. This week’s NME awards it a rare 10/10, calling it “arguably her most brilliant record to date.” Here in the U.S., SPIN said in a 9/10 review that raved “Harvey’s eclecticism — her ability to gracefully flit between genres and tones — is what keeps her work so vital, yet Let England Shake is still something of a revelation.”
Harvey will play two sold out shows at The Troxy in London later this month, as well as sold-out dates in Brussels, Berlin, and Paris.