Hear Jarvis Cocker Sing Ocean-Themed Covers On BBC’s Wireless Nights Prom

As promised, Pulp Frontman Jarvis Cocker gave a pretty bizarre performance for the BBC’s Wireless Nights Prom at London’s Royal Albert Hall tonight. Accompanied by the BBC Philharmonic and the Manchester Chamber Choir, Cocker served as the presenter and guide for a descent into an underwater dream soundtracked by the likes of Bach, Wagner, and Debussy, discussing Carl Jung’s collective unconscious and sharing stories from various people about the wonders of the sea. Cocker also sang over orchestral arrangements of Echo & The Bunnymen’s “Ocean Rain,” Tim Buckley’s “Song To The Siren,” and the Beatles’ “Goodbye.” You can listen to the whole strange, enchanting thing over on the BBC website here.