It's an acoustic set played for a children's charity...
Kurt Cobain

A 'lost' Nirvana live show surfaced online over the weekend - tune in below.

Nirvana's archive is one of the best documented around, so it's always an event for fans when unheard recordings emerge.

Over the weekend an online Nirvana archive turned up a short acoustic set, thought lost for more than two decades.

Nirvana played a show in Edinburgh back in 1991, with Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl playing a secret acoustic set in the city's Southern Bar the following day.

Performing to just 20 or so people, the much-mythologised show was performed under the not-to-secret moniker of Teen Spirit.

The recording features 'Dumb' and 'Polly', while half of their version of 'Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam' - originally penned by Scottish group The Vaselines - was also salvaged.

The show was organised to raise funds for a Scottish children's hospital, and you can check out the recording below.

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