All tickets to the art exhibition which will see PJ Harvey recording her ninth album with guest musicians, engineers and producers have now sold out.
Tickets went on sale, priced at £15, after the plans were announced last week – when Harvey said: “I want Recording In Progress to operate as if we’re an exhibition in a gallery. I hope visitors will be able to experience the flow and energy of the recording process.”
“For 45 minutes at a time, groups of people will experience the crafting of a record, which could be anything from laying down a bass drum track, to discussions, improvisation, through to full performances of new songs,” her website further explained.
The results of the exhibition should provide Harvey with the follow-up to 2011’s ‘Let England Shake‘, an album which landed her a second Mercury Prize after the 2001 success of ‘Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea‘.
It takes place at Somerset House between January 16th-February 14th.
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