From the makers of Made in Sheffield, a fantastic new documentary tracing the city’s extraordinary musical heritage focuses on one iconic band. Glastonbury 1995. Last minute replacement headliners, Pulp deliver a set ‘regarded as one of the best in the festival’s history’ climaxing with the era-defining song, Common People, and in the process catapult themselves to the forefront of the Britpop movement – an achievement that ten years earlier seemed like an impossible dream. Featuring all the Pulp bandmembers, Richard Hawley, Longpigs and the legendary Warp and Fon record labels.
Discover more about The Beat is the Law – Fanfare for the Common People here
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