Pearl Jam has released a new video in which the members of the band address the issue of homelessness in Seattle while driving around the city. The video is part of the promotion for their upcoming “Home Shows” concerts at Safeco Field in Seattle, proceeds from which will help benefit the homeless. The gigs will be the group’s first in Seattle in five years and will take place at Safeco Field, the baseball stadium that’s home to the Mariners, on August 8th and 10th. Pearl Jam has pledged at least $1 million toward the area’s homelessness issues, with the band hoping to raise $10 million in 2018 in collaboration with area businesses, government agencies and nonprofits to alleviate the problem. The concerts, which are expected to draw 100,000 fans over two nights, will be the largest in Seattle since the Rolling Stones played two nights at the long-demolished Kingdome in 1981.