Roger Waters hasn’t stayed out of the news much since the recent release of his first solo album on 25 years, getting in beef with Thom Yorke over Radiohead’s Israel gigs and having some fans boo and walk out of his Trump-bashing live shows that saw the President depicted as a baby being held by Vladimir Putin.

His performance last night at Chicago’s United Centre was a definite crowd-pleaser though, as Rolling Stone reports that Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder joined Waters for a rendition of ‘Comfortably Numb’, contributing a bit of acoustic guitar and help on the chorus.

It’s not the first time the pair have played the song together, with Rolling Stone noting that they belted it out together at NY’s Madison Square Garden back in 2012 as part of a disaster relief concert for victims of Hurricane Sandy, with the song occasionally showing up as part of Pearl Jam’s sets ever since.

Give this latest take a watch below.

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