He extols the benefits of living offline
Jarvis Cocker has penned a “Nu-Troglodyte Manifesto” which extols the virtues of benefits of living offline.
The manifesto, which has been published in Another Man, envisages “no phone reception. No wi-fi. No TV. No radio”.
“Now it’s time to come home,” he wrote. “Time to come back to the source. Time to escape the constant, endless, meaningless jabbering that distracts you from who you really are and what you really want to do.”
Meanwhile, Cocker has returned to BBC 6 Music, where his Sunday Service show resumed on March 1.