PJ Harvey has announced a new vinyl reissue of The Peel Sessions 1991-2004. The live compilation gathers the singer-songwriter’s various appearances on BBC Radio 1’s DJ John Peel radio show from the early 90s to the start of the Aughts. It was originally released in 2006, two years after Peel’s death, and was remastered under the guidance of longtime Harvey collaborator John Parish. The vinyl reissue arrives on May 28th via UMe / Iceland.

At the time of the album’s release, PJ Harvey wrote a tribute to Peel in the liner notes. “More than I would ever admit, for fear of embarrassment for both sides, but I always got his approval,” it said. “It was important. I did every peel session that I did for him. With a lot of love I chose these songs in his memory. A way of saying “thank you” again. Thank you john “

PJ Harvey has slowly reissued much of their discography on vinyl over the past year, starting with their debut Dry.

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PJ Harvey: The Peel Sessions 1991-2004