Pearl Jam announced the details of their new album, Lightning Bolt, and dropped its first single, “Mind Your Manners,” on the same day back in early July, but they’ve been kinda quiet since then. Today, though — a month and a half later — the band has released a video for “Mind Your Manners.” Bear in mind, videos out of Camp Pearl Jam remain kind of rare things, as they have been ever since the band quit making them in 1992, post-“Jeremy.” This one, directed by Danny Clinch (who also directed the band’s 2007 concert film, Immagine In Cornice), is exploding with weirdness, action, and color, and is worth your time. Check it out.
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