Around here we have grown tired of saying that 2022 has been the year of comebacks in the music industry. Throughout these months, several artists that we love returned to the stage and we even had them back in our. country. Nevertheless, 2023 is not far behind either, as there are a couple of bands that will give shows after a long time without playing together, as in the case of Pulp.

It was in 2011 when Jarvis Cocker, Candida Doyle, Nick Banks, Steve Mackey and Mark Webber reunited after nearly a decade to put together a tour that even went through Mexico, giving us an epic concert at the Palacio de los Deportes de la CDMX that until the last date of said tour, was the longest presentation in the history of the British group. However, at the end of the last show and the premiere of the song “After You”, everyone went their own way and we had no news about a new comeback.

Pulp announces his return to the stage for 2023!
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Pulp will return to the stage in 2023 with a UK tour

Although things changed a few months ago, when in June of this year and during a question and answer session, someone asked the Pulp frontman about a rather mysterious post that he published on his social networks where one of the phrases from “This is Hardcore”. After making her a bit of emotion, Jarvis confirmed that in 2023, the band would return to play some concerts (HERE we tell you the whole gossip).

However, since then, the group had not given any news about these presentations. But after much waiting and revealed that they would announce something special, this October 28 they confirmed what everyone expects: the return of this group taking advantage of the fact that this is hardcore will be 25 years old. Jarvis Cocker and company will give 10 concerts next year through some of the most important cities in London, Dublin, Scotland and of course in his hometown, Sheffield.

Pulp announces his return to the stage for 2023!
Photo via Instagram: @welovepulp

Everything seems to indicate that this meeting –as well as the one almost 10 years ago– will only be for these concerts and so far no dates have been announced in other parts of the world. Although yes, We do not lose hope of seeing Pulp in Mexico once again playing those classics that we love so much. and giving a great show like the one they threw at CDMX. Either way, it’s time to pray to your favorite saint and light a candle for them to return to our country. Put chonguitos!

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J. A. Allen

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