Eddie Vedder has revealed that Pearl Jam are preparing to record a new album and that they plan to work with producer Andrew Watt.
Watt, who was a member of Glenn Hughes’ short-lived band California Breed, once again caught the rock world’s attention when he produced Ozzy Osbourne’s latest album. ordinary man. He is collaborating on the sequel and recently completed Vedder’s solo record, earthling, which comes out February 11.
“We’ll do a record with Andrew, I think. We’ve talked about it before,” the singer admitted to Mojo (Going through yahoo). “You know, the pandemic happened just as we were leaving for a tour on [2020’s] gigaton registration. And we had a lot of shows planned.
Vedder further revealed that Pearl Jam’s return to the studio would be scheduled around tour dates. “Then, in between, I think we will record, because now we have a healthy ambition to do so,” he explained. “I think we’ll move fast for a year or two and then I can see us slowing down a bit. We have the ability to play better than ever, but we also know what we want to keep the group healthy and want to keep coming back.
In December 2021, Watt revealed that working with Vedder was a second dream come true compared to Pearl Jam. “If I told you how many Pearl Jam shows I’ve been to, it probably wouldn’t be good for anything,” he said. Billboard. “But I used to go to Pearl Jam shows with a sign that said, ‘Let me play the guitar solo on ‘Alive,’ and I found myself on stage at the Ohana Festival playing the guitar solo on ‘Alive’ with Pearl Jam. So it’s just an amazing, wrapped up moment where I feel like I’ve been ready for my whole life.
Watt described the making earthling as “the most amazing experience”. “I’ve known Ed for about 10 years, and we stayed in touch and started making music together…I’m so excited for everyone to hear it. We’re finishing the mixes and stuff, and I’m really excited. He added, “Just to hear his voice in front of me and play guitar and bass under it? It’s like a party.
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