Eagles of Death Metal had previously requested that other bands cover the song in aid of the Paris attacks victims
My Morning Jacket covered Eagles of Death Metal’s ‘I Love You All The Time’ at New York’s Beacon Theatre on last night (November 28).
It followed Eagles Of Death Metal‘s request for others to cover their song so they could donate publishing earnings to victims of the attacks in Paris on November 13.
According to a report by Stereogum, My Morning Jacket requested a moment of silence in honour of the victims of the attacks. See footage below:
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Eagles Of Death Metal were covered by Pearl Jam on November 20. They performed ‘I Want You So Hard (Boy’s Bad News)’ at their show in Belo Horizonte.
The cover – the first time Pearl Jam have played the song – came one week after 89 were killed at Eagles of Death Metal’s concert in Paris’ Bataclan on November 13.
The two bands have substantial past connections. Pearl Jam’s 2012 Christmas single ‘In The Moonlight’ features Eagles of Death Metal man Josh Homme, while Homme has also performed at shows alongside Pearl Jam as part of his other group Queens of the Stone Age.
Pearl Jam have been playing a number of covers throughout their South American tour, including tracks by The Beatles, Pink Floyd and John Lennon.
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