PEARL JAM: 'Mind Your Manners' Video Released

PEARL JAM: 'Mind Your Manners' Video Released

"Mind Your Manners", the new video from PEARL JAM, can be seen below. The clip, which was produced by famed photographer and film director Danny Clinch, features the band performing in front of a screen filled with partially animated scenes of violence and mass devastation.

PEARL JAM's new album, "Lightning Bolt", will be released on October 15 in the U.S. It is currently available for pre-order on iTunes and on the band's official web site.

PEARL JAM has been working on the new disc since 2011. It follows up 2009's "Backspacer".

PEARL JAM's tour will begin on October 11 in Pittsburgh and wind down on December 6 in the band's hometown of Seattle.

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Clinch previously directed PEARL JAM's 2007 concert documentary film "Immagine In Cornice".


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