Jarvis Cocker won't bring back Pulp

Singer Jarvis Cocker has he has no plans to reform Pulp

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Jarvis Cocker

Jarvis Cocker won't bring back Pulp

Jarvis Cocker won't reform Pulp.

The 'Common People' singer admits he has been offered large sums of money to reunite the group but refuses to contemplate joining his former bandmates on stage.

He told Q magazine: "We live in an age where repetition and nostalgia are lifestyle choices. I'm prone to it too, I go on YouTube and find things I haven't seen since I was a kid.

"But I'm a contrary sod so if someone wants me to reform a band I tend not to."

Despite his indifference, Jarvis admits he will be going to see Blur - who were one of the biggest bands of the 90s along with Pulp and Oasis - when they perform their comeback shows this summer.

He added: "I will go and see Blur at Hyde Park because I'm genuinely interested to see what they sound like."

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