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Jarvis Cocker at Pulp concert: 'This could be the last time'

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Jarvis Cocker has fuelled speculation that Pulp may never again play live as a group.

The 'Disco 2000' singer declared to the 30,000-strong crowd at Ireland's Electric Picnic festival that the Britpop band may never return to another gig.

Before closing their 90-minute set with 'Common People', Cocker told his fans: "This may be the last time we're ever all on stage together again."

However, Cocker later teased: "Maybe our paths will cross again."

Classic hits 'Babies', 'Mis-Shapes' and 'Do You Remember The First Time?' were also among Pulp's set.

Reforming last November, the '90s hitmakers made a surprise return to Glastonbury this summer for the first time in 13 years, before playing Reading.

> Pulp storm second night at Brixton Academy

Watch Pulp playing 'Disco 2000' live on Later with Jools Holland in 1995 below:

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