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Pulp to release first single in 11 years


Reformed rockers Pulp are planning to release their first new single in 11 years. The group got back together in May 2011 for a string of shows, including sets at Glastonbury and other U.K. music festivals. 

Bing: More on Pulp's reunion

Last year, frontman Jarvis Cocker insisted they would not be releasing any new songs, but the band decided to release a track, "After You," as a free download on Christmas Day, and due to a huge wave of interest from fans, they will officially release it on Jan. 28 via iTunes.

The group's last single was 2002's "Bad Cover Version."

Jan 25, 2013 3:43PM
And I say let's all meet up in 2013.  Won't it be strange how Jarvis' beard has grown?

You're welcome, five people.
Jan 25, 2013 2:48PM
What it up with MSN today? First a link to a Morrissey article, which is now gone by the way, now Pulp?!? When did MSN get hip to good music?
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