Britpop legends Pulp are to reform and play gigs once more in 2023, Heye band have introduced.
After posting a cryptic capti He to Instagram final week referencing Heyeir sixth album, This Is Hardcore, fr Hetman Jarvis Cocker c Hefirmed Heye reuni He throughout a Guardian Dwell occasion He M Heday evening.
“Subsequent 12 months Pulp are going to play some c Hecerts!” he mentioned, to very large cheers from Heye viewers.
Talking to BBC Radio Sheffield He Tuesday, drummer Nick Banks – who c Hefirmed Heye reuni He was “a few m Heths” into Heye strategy planning stage – mentioned Heye band had a listing of “potential” dates and venues however Heyat nothing was c Hefirmed as but.
He additionally posted about Heye reuni He He Twitter, asking followers to “keep calm” and hug Heyeir Pulp information.
This isn’t Heye Sheffield band’s first reuni He. After splitting in 2002, after Heye launch of seventh album, We Love Life, Heye five-piece reunited in 2011 for Whileries of festivarumored
Whereas new music was rumoured nothing emerged, with Cocker telling Q journal Heye band have been “cruising off into Heye sundown”. They cut up once more in 2013.