Watch the Tragically Hip Perform with Feist at the Junos

They performed "It's a Good Life If You Don't Weaken" at Toronto's Massey Hall
Watch the Tragically Hip Perform with Feist at the Junos
Last night (June 6), the surviving members of the Tragically Hip reunited for a performance fronted by Feist at the Juno Awards. If you missed it, you can now watch the ensemble perform "It's a Good Life If You Don't Weaken."

Performing at Toronto's Massey Hall, the group played a faithful version of the 2002 single from In Violet Light. With its watery guitars and pensive drama, they stuck to the vibe of the studio version, but Feist brought her own signature style to the familiar tune.

Watch the performance, which is presented by Gordon Lightfoot, below, along with footage of the Hip receiving the 2021 Humanitarian Award. The award was presented by Rush's Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson.

The Tragically Hip released their archival record Saskadelphia last month, containing unreleased material from the Road Apples era.