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Watch footage of Stone Temple Pilots first concert with new singer Jeff Gutt

Including the debut of their new single, "Meadow"

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    Last Wednesday, new Stone Temple Pilots singer Jeff Gutt made his live debut during an invite-only performance at the Hollywood Troubadour. Now, SirusXM has uploaded official footage from the set.

    The 13-song set included the debut of the band’s single, “Meadow”, alongside some of STP’s most recognizable hits. As you can see above, the former X-Factor contestant’s vocals are at least somewhat reminiscent of the irreplaceable original singer, Scott Weiland.

    (Read: The Best and Worst Replacement Singers)

    In explaining the band’s decision to hire Gutt, founding member Dean DeLeo said, “We wanted someone who would not only do our earlier songs justice, but would also write new songs and carve out a different path forward with us. It took some time, but we found our guy.” For now, it seems like the group has accomplished their mission.

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    The band also played some deep cuts, including “Still Remains” from their second studio album, Purple. Watch it below.

    Setlist:
    Down
    Wicked Garden
    Vasoline
    Coma
    Interstate Love Song
    Plush
    Big Empty
    Still Remains
    Meadow
    Kick Out The Jams (with Wayne Kramer)
    Sex Type Thing
    Tripping’ on a Hole in a Paper Heart
    Piece of Pie

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