On Tuesday night, July 31st, Phish made their way to Austin, Texas for a one-off performance at Austin360 Amphitheatre. The clear centerpiece of the band’s lone summer 2018 stop in the Lone Star State came in the opening slot of the second set, as the band took “Everything’s Right” on a thrilling improvisational ride.

The relatively new song, debuted by Trey Anastasio Band on 4/14/17 at The Capitol Theatre and by Phish a few months later at their summer opener in Chicago on 7/14/17, has made a few solid outings during the band’s ongoing 2018 summer tour. However, Phish’s Austin version of “Everything’s Right”—their 7th rendition of the tune since its pre-Dozen debut last year—easily eclipsed the previous 6 as the deepest and most interesting to date.

Over the course of the jam’s nearly 20 minutes, the band explored a number of major-key spaces, briefly hinting at a segue into “What’s The Use?” before continuing to forge ahead, blazing to a peak and, finally, dropping back into the song’s closing refrain before moving into “Down With Disease”.

Until now, fans following along from home have had to settle for LivePhish audio of the Austin “Everything’s Right”, as it came during one of the handful of non-webcast shows this summer. However, today, Phish has shared a pro-shot video of the standout jam, so people everywhere can enjoy it in all its glory, with Chris Kuroda‘s mesmerizing light rig as a backdrop. Hit play. Hold tight:

Phish – “Everything’s Right” [Pro-Shot]

[Video: Phish]

Phish’s summer tour continues this weekend with a sold-out three-night run in Alpharetta, GA. For a full list of Phish’s remaining summer tour dates, head to the band’s website.

Setlist: Phish | Austin360 Amphitheatre | Austin, TX | 7/31/18

SET 1: Sample in a Jar, Light, The Moma Dance > Funky Bitch, Heavy Things, Theme From the Bottom, Brian and Robert, Halfway to the Moon, The Line, I Didn’t Know, 46 Days

SET 2: Everything’s Right > Down with Disease[1] > Steam > Seven Below > Dirt > The Wedge, Wilson > Run Like an Antelope

ENCORE: Loving Cup

[1] Unfinished.