Didn't get the chance to see Pulp last year? Well Jarvis Cocker has hinted that the band could be set to announce a new set of UK dates very soon.
The Britpop group, who reunited last year after splitting in 2002, performed at London's Royal Albert Hall on Saturday as part of the annual Teenage Cancer Trust charity concert.
Speaking to the crowd, frontman Cocker said: ''I'd like to hire you all for our next tour because I like what you did with the lights. I'd take you all on, there'll be application forms on the way out.''
The band's setlist included such hits as 'Do You Remember The First Time?', 'Common People' and 'Disco 2000'.
For more details and to buy Teenage Cancer Trust tickets, check out Gigwise Gig Tickets.
The line up for the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs is as follows:
Example - March 30
Pulp - March 31
Jessie J - April 1
Comedy evening (Jason Manford and special guests) - April 2
Florence And The Machine - April 3
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