Pearl Jam have released the uncensored version of their music video for 'Jeremy' for the first time to mark National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
The original 1992 video, which won Video Of The Year at the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards, details the story of a bullied boy who shot himself in front of his classmates.
The death in the video is not shown, but insinuated - but the uncensored video shows the boy putting the gun in his mouth.
In a statement released by the band:
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