12 years after their legendary 'Unplugged' performance, Pearl Jam are to release their first live acoustic double album.
Billboard reports that 'Live at Benaroya Hall October 22, 2003' was recorded in Seattle at a benefit for local charity Youthcare.
Pearl Jam parted ways with their record label Sony last year, but the album will be issued through a one-off deal between the band and music giant BMG.
Special CD and vinyl editions of the album will also be available on the band's official website from next week.
The setlist for the Benaroya Hall show includes the debut of Pearl Jam's Golden Globe-nominated track 'Man of the Hour', fan favourites like 'Black', 'Daughter' and 'Yellow Ledbetter' and covers of the Ramones' 'I Believe in Mircales' and Bob Dylan's 'Masters of War'.