Pulp was arguably the greatest band to come out of Britpop, and when they reunited in 2011, it was a big deal. In 2012, they played Sheffield, their hometown, for the first time in years, and that show became the subject of the documentary Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets. And now, the kind souls at Pitchfork have posted the whole entire movie on YouTube; you don’t need a Netflix password to watch it or anything. As a matter of fact, you can watch all 90 minutes of it below.
The movie is out now on DVD, via Oscilloscope Laboratories, but what do you need that for? It’s right there. The whole thing.