By Mary Sollosi
Updated October 05, 2015 at 11:32 PM EDT

It’s Rush feat. Tyrion Lannister!

Rush reached the milestone 40th anniversary of their debut album last year and have been celebrating ever since. The band released a Blu-ray box set of live material last year and embarked on its 34-city “R40” tour this summer.

Up next, the trio has plans to release a tour documentary. The R40 tour concert film, R40 Live, won’t be out until Nov. 20, but fans can get a first taste this week with a clip from the doc. Above, see footage of the band performing “Roll the Bones,” which was first released on their 1991 album of the same name, while touring in their hometown of Toronto.

The performance features some pre-recorded onscreen cameos from the band’s famous fans: Jason Segel, Paul Rudd, and Peter Dinklage, among others, all provide lip-syncing support. It’s something of a reunion for Rudd, Segel, and Rush, whose band members appeared as themselves in the actors’ 2009 bromantic comedy I Love You, Man.

The R40 Live concert film will be released on Nov. 20.