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White Chalk is Pj Harvey's eighth studio album and first new material since 2004's critically acclaimed Uh Huh Her. Pj Harvey went into the studio late last year to record and produce with Flood and John Parish. The three had worked together previously on the Grammy nominated To Bring You My Love and on Is This Desire? White Chalk also includes musical contributors from Harvey's long time associate Eric Drew Feldman, and Jim White from The Dirty Three.

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''White Chalk'' is the eighth studio album by PJ Harvey. It was released on 24 September 2007 in the UK, and on 2 October 2007 in the US.

Work on the album started in 2006, with producer Flood and John Parish, who also worked on her ''To Bring You My Love'' and ''Is This Desire?'' albums. Other collaborators on ''White Chalk'' are Eric Drew Feldman and Jim White from Dirty Three.

The first single to be released from ''White Chalk'' was "When Under Ether" on 17 September 2007 on digital download and 7" vinyl. A second single, "The Piano," was released on 26 November 2007. A third, "The Devil," was released on 7", download, and CD formats in March 2008. - Wikipedia

Harvey did everything in 2006 except release new material, dropping her first DVD and a compilation of her Peel Sessions. 2004's Uh Huh Her was more a critical success than commercial, so the indie princess is surely keen to recapture the zeitgeist (in a non-Smashing Pumpkins way, of course) with Chalk. She enlisted Flood behind the boards and Dirty Three handyman Jim White behind the drums for this 11 song suite. As always, the illumindienati is pumped.