Josh Klinghoffer utilizes a deserted concrete bunker as an unexpected performance space in the new video for \u201cOffend,\u201d drawn from his latest album under the Pluralone moniker, This Is the Show. Klinghoffer strums a red, white and blue acoustic guitar in the Stephi Duckula-directed clip and is eventually accompanied by a doppelganger of himself on drums, before he climbs back out of the giant structure and wanders off into the surrounding desert. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vMf40AqfiAJc&featureyoutu.be \u201cOnce upon a time, this video we did looked rather like the future,\u201d Klinghoffer says. \u201cI\u2019m thinking I\u2019d like to go back to that future and look around, for the one that lies ahead seems a bit scary.\u201d The former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist\/current Pearl Jam touring multi-instrumentalist told SPIN earlier this year that This Is the Show was partly inspired by Fred Kaplan\u2019s book The Bomb, which \u201cwas all about nuclear weapons and how close we\u2019ve come on many occasions to incinerating ourselves through error or war.\u201d This Is the Show will be released on CD on May 13, following its March 17 digital release through ORG Music. Josh Klinghoffer returns to the road with Pearl Jam tonight (May 3) in San Diego as part of the band\u2019s oft-postponed tour in support of its 2020 album, Gigaton. He will open each show with a Pluralone set before joining Pearl Jam on stage throughout its performance.