It has been reported that Britpop band Pulp will reunite and perform live for the first time in ten years

Drummer Nick Banks claimed that the group had a list of "possible" dates and locations but was unable to provide specifics

It follows vocalist Jarvis Cocker's social media hints about a prospective reunion

The band from Sheffield had been planning for a "few of months," according to Banks, but nothing was yet official

Cocker reportedly told a Guardian Live event on Monday evening that the tease was "deliberately cryptic" but Pulp would perform next year

Pulp last performed in 2012 with 12,000 people attending a one-off concert, almost 35 years after the band formed

The group was founded in 1978 and is best known for the tracks Disco 2000, Common People, and Babies

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