Beck and surviving members of Nirvana form a David Bowie-tribute super group

The artists sang "The Man Who Sold The World" at the pre-Grammy party last night

via Consequence Of Sound

via Consequence Of Sound

Last night, at Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy party, Beck took the stage with the surviving members of Nirvana to pay homage to the late, great David Bowie.

Performing Bowie's 1970 hit "The Man Who Sold The World", Beck on acoustic guitar and vocals was joined by drummer Dave Grohl, bassist Krist Novoselic and guitarist Pat Smear, covering the same song that a Kurt Cobain-led Nirvana had performed during their MTV Unplugged performance in 1993.

Beck has previously covered Bowie, performing his track "Diamond Dogs" for the Moulin Rouge OST, while Jack Antonoff teamed up with Adam Lambert at Davis' party last night to also perform a Bowie classic: "Let's Dance".

Lady Gaga will perform the Grammys' Bowie tribute when the ceremony takes place later on tonight.

You can watch the fan-filmed footage of the Beck/Nirvana performance below.