Pulp to headline Glastonbury festival 2010?

Jarvis Cocker says the band are 'coming back'

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Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker has hinted that the band may reform and if so, would like to play at next year’s Glastonbury festival.

Commenting to the The People newspaper, the Sheffield musician, said: “Glastonbury means an awful lot to me, I would love to play there again. We’ve talked about it, there we go, there’ll be a band reunion.”

Pulp have previously headlined the Worthy Farm event twice, in 1995 and 1998, and have been on hiatus since 2002.

See Pulp’s defining live performance of “Common People” at Glasto ’95 here:


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