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Pearl Jam shared the first video off its ‘Lightning Bolt’ album
Pearl Jam shared the first video off its ‘Lightning Bolt’ album

On Friday, Pearl Jam shared the first visual strike off its forthcoming Lightning Bolt album (available October 15) with the world premiere of the video for the album’s fiery first single “Mind Your Manners.” The clip features the band performing the sonic salvo in front of a large video screen projecting scores of cataclysmic events, including bombs and yes, lightning bolts, plus catastrophes such as 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy. The band will begin a fall tour on October 11 in Pittsburgh.

Check out a live version of “Lightning Bolt”:

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