From the British Broadcasting Corporation:
‘Angry’ Yorke song on Kelly death
He said he was uncomfortable discussing Harrowdown Hill out of respect for the “grieving” family of Dr Kelly, whose death led to a government inquiry.
He told the Observer Music Monthly he recorded solo material because being with his group was “getting boring”. …
The song Harrowdown Hill was named after the location in Oxfordshire where Dr Kelly’s body was found in 2003.
He had been identified as the source of a controversial BBC story about a British dossier on whether Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
See also here.
Lyrics of ‘Harrowdown Hill’: here.
John Mellencamp vs. Bush (and Quayle): here.