Pearl Jam Release First Single "Dance Of The Clairvoyants"

Lawrence Kim
January 24, 2020

Pearl Jam has released the first single from their upcoming Gigaton LP, the "Dance of the Clairvoyants" propellant.

The band revealed the album name and artwork last week, and dropped the 12 track names on Instagram today.

The grunge legends are releasing their first album since 2013's Lightning Bolt and the follow-up to 2018 single Can't Deny Me.

Pear Jam will support their forthcoming new album in a 16-date North American tour, which will kick off on March 18 in Toronto, Canada.

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Gigaton was produced by Pearl Jam and Josh Evans.

The song has a extra electronic basically feel general, exhibiting some musical evolution. Bassist Jeff Ament said the song opens new doors creatively for the band.

Frontman Eddie Vedder is as charged as ever on the new song, singing "Expecting perfection leaves a lot to ignore / when the past is the present and the future's no more / When every tomorrow is the same as before".

Now they have finally delivered the first single, "Dance Of The Clairvoyants".

Pearl Jam fans will likely receive a gamble to hear "Dance of the Clairvoyants" when the crew returns to the boulevard this spring.

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