PJ Harvey is the subject of a new documentary titled A Dog Called Money, which debuts on December 7 via streaming platform Maestro, followed by a Film Forum release in New York City, and a Watch Now @ Home release throughout North America on November 9. The documentary is directed by Seamus Murphy, and explores the creation of Harvey’s album The Hope Six Demolition Project, following her through travels to Kosovo, Washington, D.C., and Afghanistan, returning to London for an experimental approach to recording the album. The documentary was originally set to screen in U.S. theaters back in March, but those plans were halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch a trailer below, and find tickets at Abramorama.
Earlier this year, PJ Harvey launched a reissue campaign that saw several of her classic albums repressed on vinyl.
Read our feature, The punishing primal scream of PJ Harvey’s Rid of Me.