Pearl Jam Release Uncensored “Jeremy” Music Video


Pearl Jam have released the uncensored “Jeremy” video on social media.

The band wrote on Twitter, “In addition to the equity protests taking place around the country, today also marks National Wear Orange Day. The increase in gun violence since the debut of “Jeremy” is staggering.

We have released the uncensored version of the video which was unavailable in 1992 with TV censorship laws:

We have also released an updated Choices shirt with all proceeds to support organizations working to prevent gun violence:

We can prevent gun deaths whether mass shootings, deaths of despair, law enforcement, or accidental.”

Pearl Jam wrote a few days ago about a Parkland documentary, “In 2018, Eddie dedicated the live premiere of “Can’t Deny Me” in Chile to the students in Parkland. Our thoughts continue to be with those advocating for justice and protesting the use of violence anywhere. @ParklandRising premieres tonight at 8pm ET.”

Pearl Jam released their first album in 7 years, Gigaton, back in March, produced by Josh Evans. The band had plans for 2020 tours in North America and Europe, but both have been postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 worldwide pandemic. Pearl Jam also recently released a music video for “Retrograde” featuring Greta Thunberg’s likeness.