After You: Pulp to release Christmas present single on iTunes
Friday 25 January 2013
The first new song in a decade from Britpop band Pulp, which was given away to fans on Christmas Day, is to be available more widely on Monday.
Recorded in late 2012 and produced by James Murphy (DFA Records / LCD Soundsystem), it was initially given away as a present on Christmas Day 2012 to fans who attended Pulp’s Sheffield Arena show on 8 December.
But "due to considerable interest" from 28 January "After You" will be available to fans through iTunes.
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