Secret Sounds Presents The return of PULP Last November Sheffield's PULP, announced they were returning after a seven year break. In early 2011 they announced festival dates in Europe - and now, the irrepressible PULP are returning to Australia. Heading down under for their first tour in a decade for Secret Sounds, the one and only PULP will headline a series of very special shows across the country in July. With original members of the band back onboard - Nick Banks, Jarvis Cocker, Candida Doyle, Steve MacKey and Mark Webber - PULP are set to deliver huge sets packed full of hits from their much loved, seven album career. "Yes," promise the band, "that means your favourites." Fondly remembered, the Mercury Music Prize-winning group were responsible for some of the best-loved anthems of the ‘90s: the monumental "Common People", "This is Hardcore", "Disco 2000", controversial hit "Sorted for E's & Wizz" and more. Albums like 1995's Different Class redefined the sound of British music, while This Is Hardcore (1998) and We Love Life (2002) showcased their musical depth. Led by Jarvis Cocker (who's enjoyed an acclaimed solo career since their disbanding), he formed ‘Arabacus Pulp' while still at school aged 15. Shortening the band name to Pulp, they gained renown via the release of 1994's album His ‘n' Hers. Skip-forward eight years and, after platinum sales worldwide, PULP went into hibernation. "Posing, preening and taking the piss from the moment he sets foot on the stage, Cocker grabs you by your corduroy trousers and doesn't let go..." 3D World Recently, in a bid to "learn how to play the old songs again", PULP have created PulpTube - an online space where cover versions of PULP songs can be posted. PULP encourage fans to vote for their favourite cover versions by ‘liking' them - or to even upload your own rendition if you think you can do better. They are offering a musical prize for the winner so head to www.pulppeople.com Eagerly anticipated and much, much more than a mere nostalgia trip, don't miss PULP in action this winter as they perform exclusive headline shows near you. These gigs you don't want to miss - come join your fellow common people!