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Eddie Vedder releases the five-song “Matter Of Time” bundle. Just in time for this Christmas, he expands on the previously released two-track set and collects a series of acoustic songs and covers performed and recorded throughout 2020. He presents all of these tracks together for the first time in one comprehensive collection which also includes an acoustic cover of Bruce Springsteen’s song “Growin’ Up.”

Get “Matter Of Time” available tomorrow at all digital streaming or through Monkeywrench/Republic Records. Among the additions, the project includes a powerful acoustic rendition of “Future Days” from the 2020 Game Awards, which he performed remotely and beamed into the show. The track originally concluded Pearl Jam’s 2013 tenth album Lightning Bolt and also appeared in the blockbuster video game The Last of Us Part II as a tearful and poignant goodbye between main characters Ellie and Joel. Meanwhile, Matter Of Time includes emotionally charged and energetic at-home performances of classics “Porch” and “Just Breathe” captured for Amazon Music.

Vedder initially introduced Matter Of Time with the title track “Matter of Time” and “Say Hi.” Check out the animated music video for “Matter of Time” . Fans may reserve the limited-edition event poster HERE (designed by renowned contemporary illustrator and artist Munk One, with all proceeds benefiting EBRP).

Producer, Performer, Guitar, Vocalist: Eddie Vedder



The Struts are a band with the flamboyance, the style, and the Strut to make it huge, they just know so well how to write a Rock Song with a tremendous Riff and a vocal refrain that you’ll just remember……….their album “Everybody Wants”  is just full of superb songs each songs stands alone as an anthemic tune with a sound like the Stones, Queen,and  The Faces this is the song that makes Luke Spiller the vocalist, sound like Led Zeppelin and Robert Plant, He certainly is one of the best vocalists Ive seen and heard,  check out the other clips of this wonderful midlands band and definitely catch them live if you can. Luke added his distinctive vocals to the new project from the Tubular bells man Mike Oldfield on his new album recently.