And I quote:
http://www.reuters.com/article/enter...39551920070306[Jarvis Cocker] said a reformation of Pulp, which ceased activity following 2002's acclaimed "We Love Life," is "not out of the question. I mean, we all get along. No one has died of a drug overdose. But it's not something that we're planning. And no one has driven up with a van full of cash yet."
Next year will be the 30th anniversary of the first incarnation of the band. Jarvis only had good things to say about the festival (not full of cunts, nobody is killing and eating each other, they were spraying water backstage to keep the dust clouds at bay, but Amy Winehouse and co. did steal his beer), it would be unexpected, and this would make up for the lack of Pulp gigs in America over the years.