Pearl Jam unexpectedly debuted a new song during its sold-out concert at the iWireless Center in Moline, Ill., on Friday (Oct. 17).
Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder revealed during the show that the new tune “Moline,” named after the Quad Cities town, was written just minutes before the band walked on stage, according to Rolling Stone. Watch the performance below.
“Moline, it seems, this is for me. You can call me Nancy and I live in Moline,” Vedder sings on the track, which is about a woman who leaves Detroit for Moline.
— Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) October 18, 2014
But that wasn’t the only surprise of the evening. Pearl Jam also performed its 1996 album, No Code, from front to back during the concert. It marked only the second time Pearl Jam performed a studio album in its entirety during a live performance. The group played its 2006 self-titled album in full during a show in Italy that same year, according to act’s official message board.
Pearl Jam has several more live dates booked through the end of October.