It was the mid-nineties. Grunge was at its peak in the USA and Brits we’re still chasing and struggling to set up their significant sounds and breaking their music worldwide. As a response, the Britpop movement started to get some exposure with new bands and old ones who reinvented themselves. It was the case with Pulp from Sheffield who started back in the late 80s but found their way during Britpop era with their classic albums His’n’Hers and Different class. From 1994, British pop culture exploded with their melancholic guitar sounds, the dandy beats, the thick accents and attitude. With Blur, Oasis, Elastica and many more, Britain regained some place in the music world internationally.
To listen back to our Britpop classic special click here