Ex-Pulp man tries out tracks from second solo album at Rough Trade gig (November 27)
Jarvis Cocker previewed a number of new tracks during his gig at London‘s Shepherd’s Bush Empire last night (November 27).
The former Pulp frontman is headlining the tour to celebrate 30 years of the Rough Trade record label.
Cocker performed new songs destined for his second solo album, including “Complications”, “Angela”, “Girls Like It Too” and “I’m Not Deep, I Am Profoundly Shallow”, as well as delivering a short lecture about Rough Trade and the newly-opened Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush.
He also brought out the majority of songs from his debut “Jarvis”, including “Big Julie” and “Fat Children”, according to BBC 6Music.
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