Britpop Icon Pulp Confirmed An Upcoming Reunion Concert

Jarvis Cocker confirmed Pulp's reunion.
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A Britipop icon, Pulp, has confirmed their reunion for upcoming performances in 2023. This news really means something knowing that “We Love Life” was their last studio album. Their last performances were in 2012 for a hometown-gig in Sheffield and two abroad shows. Jarvis Cocker, the frontman, spoke the validation of this news followed by Nick Banks (Pulp drummer) reassuring this news. 

Pulp split in 2002 and made a few live-performances during 2011-2013. Arguably, Pulp is an essential importance during the era of Britpop with their iconic discography in “Different Class”, “This Is Hardcore” and “His N Hers”.

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