The artist performed the track at a show in Dublin, Ireland on Saturday.
Lana Del Rey originally recorded the song for an upcoming documentary about Sbulime. The film received mixed reviews from critics who saw it at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The film follows Sublime’s huge success and then fall after the death of frontman Bradley Nowell in 1996.
You can watch her perform the song below.
You can listen to the original version as well down below.
Wilson’s manager Cheez tells TMZ he sustained a broken arm and four broken ribs.
According to the report, Wilson was working on his avocado ranch in California when his ATV rolled over and crushed him.
Rescuers responded to the accident, rushing Wilson to a hospital near San Diego where he had to undergo surgery that lasted nearly five hours.
Wilson is currently still admitted to the hospital, but is expected to recover and be released this week.
Sublime with Rome released an updated on Wilson’s health via their Twitter page.
“Eric says thanks for the well wishes! He’s doing much better. Fuckin’ avocados, man. They’ll get you every time! #donttrythisathomekids”
— Sublime With Rome (@SublimeWithRome) April 6, 2019
Sublime was formed in 1988 by Wilson, singer/guitarist Bradley Nowell and drummer Bud Gaugh.
The band broke up in 1997 after Nowell died from a heroin overdose.
Wilson and Gaugh went on to reform the band in 2009, adding guitarist Rome Ramirez to the lineup and changing the band name to Sublime with Rome the following year.
You can catch Sublime with Rome on their upcoming tour dates listed below.
06/23 — Redmond. Wash. @ Marymoor Park
06/26 — Billings, Mont. @ ZooMontana
06/28 — Nampa, Idaho @ Idaho Center Arena
06/29 — Helena, Mont. @ Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds
06/30 — Lake Cowichan, British Columbia @ Laketown Shakedown
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