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- Posted on Jan 1st 2011 6:00PM by Jason MacNeil
"We will not let you down," the message says. "The fact that so many of you have shown in interest is an inspiration – we knew it was a big part of OUR lives, it's exciting to know it's a big part of YOUR lives too. We have played the songs and the songs sound good. We can have fun together, get to know each other again. Christ, it's been too long – we'd almost forgotten what you look like. Don't ever let that happen again. Cross your heart?"
The band also added how they're anticipating the shows while using a line from the song 'Disco 2000,' from their 1995 album 'Different Class.'
"And so it grows...each day that passes brings us closer together. It's exciting isn't it? So much to say, so much to share. Is that a new haircut? You know what? Let's cut to the chase – at the risk of being corny: let's all meet up in the Year Two Thousand - & eleven. Promise? We do if you do."
The band will perform at Barcelona's Primavera Sound Festival on May 25 before playing the Isle Of Wight Festival on June 10 and London's Wireless Festival on July 1. No other dates have been announced. The shows mark the band's first live performances since Dec. 14, 2002.
Pulp released its last studio album, 'We Love Life,' in 2001 with deluxe reissues of 'His 'n' Hers,' 'Different Class' and 'This Is Hardcore' released in 2006.
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