Jarvis Branson Cocker (born on September 19 1963, in Sheffield, United Kingdom) is an English alternative rock musician, best known for fronting the britpop band Pulp. Pulp disbanded in 2002, but Cocker has been busy. In 2003, he re-emerged to promote a new album A Heavy Nite With... for his new band, Relaxed Muscle. 2005 then brought Cocker briefly back into the limelight with his contribution to the soundtrack for "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire". He also collaborated with and wrote lyrics for Nancy Sinatra's and Charlotte Gainsbourg's comeback albums. Cocker is now following a solo career with an album titled Jarvis, released on November 13, 2006. His sophomore effort Further Complications (produced by Steve Albini) was released May 25th 2009. He recently split from his wife, Camille Bidault-Waddington, with whom he has a son, Albert.