The British rock band Pulp has made a comeback after an 11-year hiatus to embark on a series of concerts as part of their reunion tour. The legendary musicians kicked off their performances in Bridlington, United Kingdom. Last year, the group announced their reunion, finally allowing fans to enjoy their music live once again.
The concert featured Pulp's hits from iconic albums such as "Different Class" (1995), "His 'n' Hers" (1994), "This Is Hardcore" (1998), and "We Love Life" (2001). The band also has planned shows in Dublin, London, Scarborough, and Cardiff. Furthermore, they have announced three additional shows scheduled for July: two in London and one in Manchester.
However, sadly, the Pulp reunion occurred without bassist Steve Mackey, who passed away in March. Despite this loss, the band continues to impress with their energetic performances and is making a strong comeback to the British music scene. Fans eagerly await Pulp's upcoming shows, hoping to hear their favorite hits performed by this iconic group.