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Pearl Jam released a new song through a limited release compilation album, but fans can now hear the new track through all major streaming services.

“Get It Back” was initially only available on a compilation album called Good Music To AdVert The Collapse Of American Democracy, Volume 2, which was available for purchase for only 24 hours on Bandcamp. The compilation album raised funds for  Voting Rights Lab to help protect voting rights for all Americans in the upcoming presidential election.

Ray Koob gave the song its radio debut over the weekend, but if you missed it, you can stream “Get It Back” below.

In other PJ news: October 22 will mark the 30th anniversary of the band’s first-ever live performance, and to celebrate they will be streaming their April 29, 2016 show here in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center where they performed their debut Ten in its entirety. (It was also MMR’s 48th birthday show!)

The show will be streaming via Nugs.tv and will cost $14.99. The initial stream will begin on October 22 at 8 PM ET, and purchasers of the stream will be available to re-watch the concert through October 25 at 11:59 PM PT. A preview for the concert can be viewed below.

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