Jarvis Cocker Says Pulp Won't Reform

Jarvis Cocker Says Pulp Won't Reform
If you're still spending your days pumping out Different Class and keeping your fingers crossed for Pulp to reunite, you may want to give it up. According to a new interview with former front-man Jarvis Cocker, the long-gone English band are not likely to get back together anytime soon.

In a story titled "Pulp Will Never Reunite, Says Jarvis," XFM quotes Cocker as saying: "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."

And while any sort of Pulp reunion seems pretty damn unlikely, Cocker does have a new solo album coming up fast. As previously reported, the record is called Further Complications and is due out May 19 via Rough Trade.