Pulp returns to London’s Finsbury Park for the first time in 25 years | Culture

On Saturday July 1st, Pulp returned to London’s Finsbury Park for the first time in 25 years.

Supported by the likes of Wet Leg and Baxter Drury, the Sheffield-based band delighted 45,000 fans with a string of hits, including tracks from their Mercury Prize-winning album different class.

Jarvis Cocker dedicated “Remember the First Time?” to the fans who attended their last Finsbury Park show in 1998 and “Something Changed” to Steve Mackey, Pulp’s bassist who died in March.

Of the latter, the frontman said, “It’s about how someone can walk into your life and really change everything.”

Emma Bowman

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