We don’t know about you but we wish more rock videos were like “The Last Living Rose” from PJ Harvey. Directed by photographer Seamus Murphy and featuring still and moving images he shot during a 5,000-mile road trip around England, the video is beautiful, evocative, and a fitting showcase for Harvey’s loose, poetic, and rockin’ new tune.

According to Harvey’s website, it’s the first of 12 films from Murphy that will showcase the 12 new songs on her new record, “Let England Shake.”

Looking forward to seeing the next 11.

(Via Dangerous Minds.)




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