The new behind the scenes film delves further into how the project came together and features original story boards, green screen footage along with work in progress shots.
For the new visual, the Seattle stars teamed up with director Josh Wakely [Beat Bugs, Motown Magic].
The new track also features on the band's recent album, 'Gigaton', which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Rock Albums chart on release.
For one night only, they'll also get the chance to serve as Eddie Vedder’s personal guitar tech.
The Pearl Jam bassist and Fitz And The Tantrums Drummer get rowdy on their remote duet of ‘Sitting Around At Home’.
The 'Gigaton' Visual Experience goes live tomorrow, 24 April, and will be free for seven days, after which it’ll be available to rent or buy.
Though the band postponed their European “Gigaton” tour dates, due to COVID-19, guitarists Mike McCready and Stone Gossard treated fans to a Reddit AMA.
The band's long-awaited new album, 'Gigaton' recently landed at No 1 on Billboard's Rock Albums chart.
The new record also landed in the Top 5 of the Billboard Top 200.
The band have released the ‘Quick Escape’ arcade game where fans can select a member of the band to play an intergalactic Space Invader battle.
Fans can call in to get a taste of Pearl Jam’s first album in seven years, ahead of its release this Friday.
Eddie Vedder's team said, “We have and will always keep the safety and well-being of our supporters as top priority."
The event includes a playback of the band's new album 'Gigaton' in its entirety in Dolby Atmos.
Teaming up with DIY animator Keith Ross, the artist behind the popular Tiny Concert Instagram channel, the band is transformed into frantic line-drawings that capture the arresting energy of the song.
The new track, which is officially released on 18 February, will also feature on the band's upcoming album, 'Gigaton'.