Video: Pearl Jam Sing in 'The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien'

Video: Pearl Jam Sing in 'The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien'

Pearl Jam have performed new song called 'Get Some' when 'The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien' was kicked off on June 1.

Video footage from the first night of Conan O'Brien-hosted "Tonight Show" since Jay Leno's exit has arrived, featuring Pearl Jam's live appearance. During the June 1 episode, the rock band delivered "Get Some", a new song from their forthcoming ninth studio album "Backspacer".

"Launching a show like this takes a lot of hard work," O'Brien told audience when introducing the band. "And one of the things that has sustained me over the past three months was knowing that at the end of our first show, I would get to watch a performance by one of the greatest rock bands in the world."

Beside debuting a new song in "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien", Pearl Jam have also showcased another new track called "The Fixer" last week when taping commercial ad for giant retailer Target at Seattle's Showbox theater. The advertisement is part of an exclusive retail deal for the new album which has been signed earlier this week.

Pearl Jam singing "Get Some" in "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien":



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