PJ Harvey has shared “The Community of Hope,” a second cut off her upcoming album The Hope Six Demolition Project.

The English singer-songwriter premiered her forthcoming full-length’s lead track on Shaun Keaveny’s BBC Radio 6 Music show. You can listen right here by skipping ahead to the 51:00 mark. It’s a propulsive, deceptively upbeat number that almost masks Harvey’s scathing indictment of corporate greed and expansion and the communities abandoned in its wake. (“They’re going to build a Walmart here,” Harvey sings.) That’s the single artwork at the bottom of the page.

The Hope Six Demoliton Project -- which Harvey recorded during sessions open to the public last summer -- is due out April 15 via Island. She’s already shared lead single “The Wheel.”

Harvey has a series of upcoming tour dates planned across Europe. Those kick off in June. See below:


PJ Harvey Tour
June 4: Barcelona, Spain - Primavera
June 5: Paris, France - We Love Green
June 10: Porto, Portugal - Primavera Sound Porto
June 11: London, England - Victoria Park
June 12: London, England - Field Day
June 17-18: Helsinki, Finland - Sideways
June 20: Berlin, Germany - Citadel Music Festival
June 20-23: Zagreb, Croatia - INmusic festival
June 24-26: Ewijk, Netherlands - Down the Rabbit Hole
June 29: Gdynia, Poland - Open'er Festival
June 29-July 2: Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
July 2: Werchter, Belgium - Rock Werchter
July 3: Hérouville-Saint-Clair, France - Beauregard Music Festival
July 7: Trenčín, Slovakia - Pohoda
July 8: Vienna, Austria - Harvest of Art Festival
Aug. 11: Oslo, Norway - Øya Festival
Aug. 11-13: Gothenburg, Sweden - Way Out West