Jarvis Cocker delays release of new album and UK tour – see rescheduled dates here

Jarvis Cocker delays release of new album and UK tour – see rescheduled dates here

Jarvis Cocker‘s brand new project JARV IS… have announced they’ll be delaying their 2020 UK tour, as well as the release of their eagerly-anticipated debut album due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Pulp frontman and his new band were gearing up to release Beyond The Pale on May 1 via Rough Trade. Now, Jarvis and co have put back the release of the record until September 4, while their UK tour dates will now take…

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Listen: Feist and Jarvis Cocker team up for track on Canadian’s new album

Listen: Feist and Jarvis Cocker team up for track on Canadian’s new album

Canadian indie-pop star Feist has teamed up with Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker for new track Century – you can listen to it here. The track is lifted from Feist’s upcoming album Pleasure, which is her first in six years and will be released through Universal on April 28. The singer-songwriter – full name Leslie Feist – said recently of her new album: “So here’s what I can tell you. I made this record last winter…

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PJ Harvey and Jarvis Cocker booked for Edinburgh International Festival

PJ Harvey and Jarvis Cocker booked for Edinburgh International Festival

The Edinburgh International Festival has announced a wide-ranging contemporary music mix to its 2017 Festival programme, which runs from 4-28 August. Among the highlights is the appearance of PJ Harvey, will play two nights at the Playhouse, and Room 29, a brand new collaboration between former Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker and piano virtuoso Chilly Gonzales. Alongside performances from the worlds of theatre, dance, opera and classical music, the International Festival invites some of today’s greatest musical…

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Noel Gallagher ‘thrilled’ as Wonderwall is named Best British Song

Noel Gallagher ‘thrilled’ as Wonderwall is named Best British Song

Noel Gallagher has spoken of his delight after Wonderwall by Oasis was named as the Best British Song of All Time in a special Radio X poll. “What can I say? The people have spoken,” said the 48-year-old rock star. “The fact that there wasn’t one single Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds song in the top 20 makes think the whole thing is a mockery of an unreliable sham! “Saying that, though, I’m thrilled,” he added….

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