Jarvis Cocker is set to play a series of tiny UK shows this spring.
The songwriter played Sigur Ros' Icelandic festival in the final days of 2017, and it seems this has given him the thirst for more performances.
Now the Pulp frontman has decided to announce a flurry of intimate UK dates, opening in Brighton on March 26th.
Playing tiny club shows and a cavern outside Sheffield, it's a typically left of centre move from an artist who delights in tying fans up in knots.
The sets will be geared towards fresh material, but could include some classics, with the press note stating: "Most of the songs are new but some will be familiar..."
Intriguing scenes. Fans are asked to wear appropriate clothing, while you can pick up tickets HERE.
Catch Jarvis Cocker at the following shows:
26 Brighton Patterns
27 London Moth Club
28 Ramsgate Music Hall
3 Manchester Deaf Institute
4 Liverpool Williamson’s Tunnels
6 Castleton (near Sheffield) Peak Cavern
7 Castleton (near Sheffield) Peak Cavern
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