Pulp reform for 2011 gigs

Jarvis Cocker and co get back together

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Pulp have announced that they are reforming to play gigs next year.

The Sheffield band, who last played in December 2002, will headline Barcelona‘s Primavera Sound Festival on May 27 and the Wireless Festival in London‘s Hyde Park on July 3.

Pulp will feature Nick Banks, Candida Doyle, Steve Mackey, Russell Senior and Mark Webber alongside frontman Jarvis Cocker. It will be the first time the ‘classic’ line-up have shared a stage since 1996.

Tickets for Wireless go on sale on Friday (November 12).

For more on the band’s reunion head to Pulppeople.com.

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