The official trailer has been introduced for Cameron Crowe’s PJ20 documentary, chronicling the rise, trials and tribulations of persevering Seattle quintet Pearl Jam – from an insider’s perspective.
The trailer appeared on the PJ20 website, along with a montage of photos featuring the band in both prominent imagery and behind-the-scenes shots. For longtime fans, there’s a goosebump-inducing level of intimacy portrayed in the trailer alone, showcasing the rare occurrence of the band speaking openly about their struggles and unlikely survival, as well as many candid & unguarded moments, under the tune of the semiautobiographical soul-soarer Given To Fly.
“20 years of rare and unseen footage” doesn’t sound like a gimmick this time. PJ maniacs are no doubt giddy with excitement for not only the film, but for the upcoming PJ20 fest, a weekend-getaway culmination of the band’s 20th anniversary celebration featuring quite a few good friends.
PJ20 will arrive in September. Keep an eye on PJ20.com for more…