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Pearl Jam performed “Dance of the Clairvoyants” last night (June 24) as part of All In WA, the benefit show that provided relief to those in Washington state affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Each band member recorded their performance from their respective homes, with Eddie Vedder seemingly turning his home into a smoky, club-like setting. Jeff Ament, meanwhile, donned some neon face paint and turned on a black light.

Clearly, the band had a lot of fun with this performance. The video’s description on YouTube even mentioned this was the first time Pearl Jam played “Dance of the Clairvoyants” outside of when they first recorded the track.

Pearl Jam’s performance can be viewed in its entirety below, while the entire All In WA concert can be watched over at Amazon Prime.

All In WA - Pearl Jam - Dance of the Clairvoyants

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