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Watch St. Vincent Perform With Nirvana at Rock Hall Induction

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Remember last month, when everyone couldn’t stop talking about the surviving members of Nirvana getting back together for one night only?

Well, if you didn’t get a chance to see either their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction or their surprise after-party show, HBO is airing the entire ceremony on Saturday.

But you don’t have to wait until the weekend to see it. We have a brief clip of St. Vincent fronting Nirvana in a performance of ‘Lithium’ from that show. You can watch it above.

It runs less than a minute, but the sound is stellar, and the video is way better than the camera-shot footage that leaked online after the big Rock Hall blowout. And as you can see, everyone sounds in fine form.

If you want to see the whole thing as it went down on April 10 — as well as other luminaries like Lorde, Kim Gordon and Joan Jett performing with Dave Grohl, Pat Smear and Krist Novoselic — you’ll have to wait for HBO’s official broadcast Saturday at 8PM EST.

Next: 10 Best Nirvana Songs

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