Just when you thought you have heard every single cover of “Let it Go” from the hit Disney animated film, you really haven’t. This weekend a new cover of the infectious and quickly-becoming-annoying track was released onto the internet and the people behind the cover of the song might shock you; Pearl Jam.
Yes, the Eddie Vedder-fronted band played a portion of the award-winning song as an extended version of their song, “Daughters” during a gig at Stadio San Siro in Milan, Italy this past Friday. Watch the fan shot video below.
Frozen is currently hitting the high waves and breaking records for the Disney company, while parents are still shelling out thousands for merchandise.
As for Pearl Jam, the band are scheduled to perform at this year’s Austin City Limits festival alongside Eminem, OutKast, Belle & Sebastian, The Replacement, Calvin Harris and many more.
Bruce Springsteen had a little help opening his show in Melbourne, Australia yesterday evening (February 15). The guest of honor was none other than Pearl Jam frontman, Eddie Vedder. Vedder came on stage to lend vocals to two songs: Springsteen’s “Darkness on the Edge of Town” and a cover of AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell.”
This show is not the first time Vedder has joined forces with Springsteen on stage; the duo have performed together a handful of times including a 2002 gig in Chicago, a few shows in 2004 and most recently in 2012 when they performed at Chicago’s Wrigley Stadium.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist, Tom Morello is also on tour with Springsteen and posted up a picture of the three of them on his Instagram page with the caption, “Vedder/Springsteen/Morello trifecta bask in afterglow of Melbourne #1. Ed slayed Highway To Hell/Darkness On The Edge Of Town.”