Watch Pearl Jam Play “Mind Your Manners” Live For The First Time

By Michael Nelson / July 17, 2013 - 10:49 am

Just last week we got the details of Pearl Jam’s next album, Lightning Bolt, as well as a spin of its first single, “Mind Your Manners.” The band doesn’t kick off their North American tour till October, but last night they played Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, where they live-premiered “Mind Your Manners.” They rock it out pretty well; in this roughed-up context, it actually reminds me a lot of “Go,” the lead single from the band’s sophomore album, 1993’s Vs. — an association I didn’t make when hearing the studio version. We’ve got video of the performance below. Give it a look.

The band plays Wrigley Field in Chicago this Saturday, and hits the road for real in October. Tour dates here. Last night’s setlist below via CoS. Not their greatest ever, but not bad.

Pearl Jam at Budweiser Gardens, London, Ontario, 7/16/13 setlist:

“Present Tense”
“Nothingman”
“Elderly Woman Behind the Counter In A Small Town”
“London Calling” (Clash cover) / “Corduroy”
“Mind Your Manners” (live debut)
“Got Some”
“Given To Fly”
“Sad”
“Alone”
“Even Flow”
“I Got Id”
“In Hiding”
“Lukin”
“Modern Girl” (Sleater-Kinney cover) / “Not For You”
“Black”
“Porch”

Encore 1:

“Last Exit Last Kiss” (Wayne Cochran cover)
“Parachutes”
“Man Of The Hour”
“Just Breathe”
“Daughter”
“Unthought Known”
“Do The Evolution”

Encore 2:

“Smile”
“Brain of J.”
“Better Man”
“Alive”
“Rockin’ In The Free World” (Neil Young cover)
“Indifference”