Jarvis Cocker encourages fans to sign second EU referendum petition in Desperate Sound System DJ set

The Pulp frontman was DJing with bandmate Steve Mackey

Jarvis Cocker encouraged fans to sign a petition calling for a second EU referendum during a Glastonbury DJ set.

The Pulp frontman was DJing at the festival’s Stonebridge Bar with his bandmate Steve Mackey. The pair appeared under the name Desperate Sound System.

During the set, which preceded Peep Show‘s Super Hans’ own set, the duo played tracks like LCD Soundsystem‘s ‘Losing My Edge’, Iggy Pop’s ‘Lust For Life’ and Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Killing In The Name Of’.

Cocker held up a sign with the url of where the petition could be found online. At the end of the set he said: “I hope you all took pictures of that sign for where to sign the petition.”

Jarvis Cocker’s Desperate Soundsystem bring some Rage Against The Machine to the Stonebridge Bar.

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