Watch Jarv Is… play their new album in a Derbyshire cave

Beyond The Pale: Live From The Centre Of The Earth is online for today only

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On Friday, Jarvis Cocker and band released their debut album under the Jarv Is… name, Beyond The Pale.

To celebrate, they filmed themselves playing the album in Peak Cavern in Derbyshire – the same venue where two of the album’s songs were recorded during a gig there in 2018.

You can watch Beyond The Pale: Live From The Centre Of The Earth below, until 8pm today (July 22):

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Beyond The Pale was written (& partially recorded) in front of a live audience, so it feels extra-strange not to be able to take it on the road at the moment,” Jarvis Cocker explains. “Fortunately, our friends Iain & Jane suggested a way round the problem: set up our equipment in a cave & they would film the results. We have invented a new way of playing a concert.”

You can listen to or buy Beyond The Pale here.

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