Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker has confirmed the band will reunite for live shows next year

Pulp will reunite for live shows in 2023, Jarvis Cocker has confirmed.

In a live event with The guardsaid the band’s frontman: “Next year Pulp will play some concerts!”

The Britpop band have not performed together since 2012, when they ended a string of reunion shows with a homecoming gig in Sheffield.

The news comes after Cocker posted a cryptic video to Instagram last week, with the words “What exactly do you want for an encore” above the sound of applause.

The words refer to lyrics from the band’s track “This is Hardcore” from their 1998 album of the same name.

Cocker captioned the video “Good question…” leading fans to speculate about a possible reunion.

“Since 25 years This is hardcore next year….. tour?? Yes? Please say yes,” commented one fan.

The band’s drummer, Nick Banks, also confirmed the news in an interview with BBC Radio Sheffield, explaining that they have a few “potential” dates in mind.

Banks also tweeted advising fans of the band, “Keep calm, hug yours #pulp Set records and dream of going insane sometime in 2023.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/pulp-jarvis-cocker-reunion-shows-b2132228.html Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker has confirmed the band will reunite for live shows next year


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