Jarvis Cocker has launched a new Bedtime Stories series.
The Pulp frontman is keeping busy during lockdown, working on the debut album from his JARV IS... project.
Taking part in Light In The Attic's Instagram broadcasts, he also DJ'd live from his front room over the weekend.
Now Jarvis Cocker is launching a series of Bedtime Stories, featuring readings and monologues on a weekly basis.
The first instalment is live, and features Jarvis reading Richard Brautigan's short story Times Square In Montana.
He writes on Instagram: "I know it can be hard getting off to sleep at night at the moment so ,as of tonight, I will be posting a bedtime story- read by yours truly - every Sunday evening."
Check out Times Square In Montana below.
The calm after the storm: I know it can be hard getting off to sleep at night at the moment so ,as of tonight, I will be posting a bedtime story- read by yours truly - every Sunday evening. First one drops at 9:30pm BST tonight on IGTV. Also available on F*ceBook & Yo*Tube. Thanks to @adam_dineen for sourcing the audio & @graemeswinton for this restful graphic design. Who do you think will be the author of tonight’s story? #jarviscockersbedtimestories #readingaloud #lockdownliterature #zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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