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PJ Harvey signs with EMI Music Publishing

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PJ Harvey

PJ Harvey has signed a new worldwide publishing deal with EMI Music Publishing, seeing her return to the company after nearly a decade. She was originally represented by EMI’s publishing arm from 1992 to 2001.

Upon the announcement of the deal, Harvey told CMU: “I have always had a good working relationship with EMI Music Publishing, and I’m glad this can continue”.

EMI Music Publishing’s President Of UK & European A&R, Guy Moot, added: “PJ Harvey is one of those innovative and truly special artists, whose music today remains as vibrant and engaging as it was when she first emerged onto the scene. She is an incredible songwriter, and we are all thrilled to have this opportunity to work with her”.

The deal covers Harvey’s back catalogue and future releases, including new album, ’Let England Shake’, which is due out on 14 Feb.

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