Believe it not, Pearl Jam’s debut album 10 celebrates its twentieth birthday this August.
Fittingly, the band and Oscar-winning director Cameron Crowe have been working on PJ20, a documentary due for release this fall.
Today they revealed its trailer, featuring rare and unseen footage of the iconic Seattle rockers and in-depth interviews with mates Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard, and Jeff Ament among others, covering their rise to fame and subsequent rocky adjustment to the spotlight, and how they learned to soldier on as one.
Check out the trailer here:
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You can find out about when and where the movie will be in a city near you here.
More on EW.com:
Cameron Crowe’s Pearl Jam documentary: Watch the teaser here, and learn how they chose their name
Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready on composing music for ‘Fringe’, taking singing lessons, upcoming PJ reissues