Jarvis Cocker: 'Reforming Pulp isn't at the forefront of my mind' – video

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Jarvis Cocker has again stated that a Pulp reunion isn't something he's thinking about at present.

Rumours that the band were set to reform to play the 40th anniversary of Glastonbury next June spread in October, after Cocker appeared to be misquoted on the subject.

Now, in a video interview with NME.COM that you can watch on the right, the singer has again confirmed that a Pulp reunion isn't on the cards yet.

"People asked me about it a lot recently because there was some misunderstanding, and because the Glastonbury 40th anniversary is coming up," Cocker explained. "It's flattering that people are still bothered, but it isn't really at the forefront of my mind to do that."

Watch the full interview, which also features Cocker talking about his recent three-day exhibition in London, on the right of the screen.

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