Pulp recorded a demo version of “After You” ten years ago in London, but they finished it up with some help from retired-LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy in time for the holidays as a gift for fans who attended a homecoming show in Sheffield in the UK. Obviously, the track – the band’s first new recording in ten years! – has now found its way to the internet, and you can stream it now. It’s an excellent, bubbly slice of sexy, moody pop that’ll be a great addition to your playlist for your New Years’ Eve party. Check it out.
Pulp and LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy – “After You”
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