A haunting lyricism marks Mercury Award winner P. J. Harvey's eighth album, 'Let England Shake'. Moving away from examining the conflicted inner self, Harvey movingly recalls war past and present. England's confusion in being both protagonist and protector - perhaps illustrated by recent files found in Libya - in a conflicted world is masterfully captured in the crafted lyrics,
I've done a lot of work on trust over the years: trust between people, and building it up after it's been broken. Broken is a word you will have heard a lot over the last few days. I've no doubt you will hear it again from politicians.