With the Justice League movie releasing over the weekend, promotions for the film have been in overdrive. As part of the film’s soundtrack, blues-rocker, Gary Clark Jr., has recorded an intense cover of The Beatles classic ‘Come Together.’ While the official video for the song released last month, Clark recently put out a live video of him performing the song that just takes things to a whole new level.

Recorded during Clark Jr.’s performance at The Forum in Los Angeles on September 18, the new video – as described by Billboard – focuses “on his urgent vocals and searing guitar playing.” According to Clark Jr., “All I remember was this was a great night in L.A. playing with [Eric] Clapton. This version of 'Come Together' just felt right. We have a great time playing this song.”

Gary Clark

Talking about being asked to contribute to the the soundtrack of Justice League, Clark Jr. said, “When I found out that I wouldn’t grow up to be Batman, I was a little bit disappointed. So to get to play a Beatles song in a movie with that, it’s pretty cool.”

Watch Gary Clark Jr.’s live performance of The Beatles’ ‘Come Together’ here.