Irish pop-rock outfit The Script have turned on their fellow T in the Park colleagues, Pulp, in a recent interview.
The Script‘s singer and songwriter Danny O’Donoghue accused the Britpop favourites of reforming purely to cash in on nostalgia.
O’Donoghue told the Daily Record: “I am not a big Pulp fan. Jarvis Cocky. I’m not into him at all.”
“I don’t like his style. I don’t like his music. I won’t be steering clear of him, but he should be steering clear of me.“
“I have watched his career. I’d like to think Pulp are coming out with a new album or that he wants to really do a job in the music industry, but I am sure they will release a single, do a tour, make their money and go home.“
The Script are making their third T in the Park appearance and will be playing songs from their recent chart-topping album, ‘Science & Faith’.
Pulp will return to T In The Park 2011 17 years after they performed at the first ever T – originally held at Strathclyde Park, Lanarkshire, in 1994.
Foo Fighters, Coldplay and Arctic Monkeys also play the festival in Balado, Kinross-shire, Scotland from 8-10 July.
Early bird T In The Park tickets have already sold out but the next batch of tickets are set to go on sale in February 2011.