More than 20 years after releasing their last studio album, Pulp are experiencing a monumental renaissance. Young and old are discovering and rediscovering their quirky, witty, and infectious hybrid of David Bowie, disco, synthpop, glam and British indie rock. Thus, labelling Pulps triumphant return a reunion feels a bit belittling, even if it happens to be true. Whatever we call it, critics have celebrated their new energizing show, making it one of the most ecstatically received concerts in a long time.
Pulp’s career is of a different kind. After spending the 80’s in relative obscurity, the band got to experience the absolute opposite after releasing the album ‘Different Class’ in 1995. Standing on the heels of songs like ‘Common People’ and ‘Disco 2000’ that record catapulted Pulp to the top of the charts, transforming them into one of the most prolific bands of the 90’s. With a setlist packed with hits as well as deep cuts Sheffield’s finest, led by the front-man extraordinaire Jarvis Cocker, are coming to Way Out West!