The band play their first gig in a year at a secret London location - and you could be there thanks to nme.com...
Pulp are to play their first gig for 12 months at a secret location in LONDON next Tuesday (August 22), nme.com can exclusively reveal.
They will be unveiling brand new material before an audience of fans who were lucky enough to snap up a very limited amount of tickets which sold out almost as soon as they went on sale earlier this week. The gig was only announced to fanclub members who had to give two passwords before being given tickets.
But there is still a chance for four fortunate nme.com readers to see the show. We have two pairs of tickets to give away. To find out how to enter, [url=]Click here….
The band have been closeted in the recording studio working on their as-yet-untitled new album in recent months. In June, Jarvis Cocker and Steve Mackey emerged to play the Meltdown Festival in London for the ‘Touch Of Glass’ event, and they also remixed a Black Box Recorder song under the pseudonym Chocolate Layers.
Sources close to the band say the new songs lie somewhere between the darkness of their last album, ‘This Is Hardcore’ and the chart-friendly tunes of its predecessor ‘Different Class’.
Their last UK gig was at Edinburgh Festival as part of the Flux music event last August. They return for their only Scottish date of the year at the city’s Corn Exchange on August 24.