Eddie Vedder wrote several songs for Flag Day, the new film by Sean Penn. With Pearl Jam frontman also Glen Hansard and Cat Power.
Rumors of some months ago turned out to be correct. During his interview for Daddy Issues podcast, Eddie Vedder, in addition to talking about the relationship with his decesed father and the friendship with Bruce Springsteen, he confirmed to have written some songs for Sean Penn’s new movie called Flag Day.
The first recordings took place on last october in Los Angeles, with Glen Hansard. After few months, Pearl Jam singer spent two weeks in studio, where he was joined by Cat Power. The recordings were completed in these latest months during the lockdown in his own studio in Seattle.
Already completely filmed and in post-production phase at the moment – according to Eddie Vedder’s words – the movie will be wonderful and it will see the partecipation of Sean Penn’s son, Hooper.
Not only! Eddie also revealed to be involved in a collaboration with a very important name, but he prefered not to say more. Betting is open!
After graduating in Faculty of Literature, she pursued studies in the aim of communication and journalism. Following her two biggest passions, music and writing, she attended a Music Journalism Workshop hosted by a famous musical magazine and she also attended a Marketing, Management and Communication Course in Milan. She worked for several online magazines and press offices. At the moment she writes on Onstage and MusicAttitude, in addition to work as a blogger, content creator and copywriter.
Favorite song: Hard To Imagine
Favorite album: No Code
Favorite bands/artists other than PJ: Chris Cornell, Jeff Buckley, Bruce Springsteen, Noah Gundersen, Biffy Clyro