Pearl Jam releases a new song "Can't Deny Me" to reward the members of the Ten Club fan club.
The song was also played on Sirius XM's Pearl Jam Radio last weekend. "Can't Deny Me" is a protest song that was written by the band to slam President Donald Trump.
The song also happens to be the first original track that Pearl Jam released since its 10th studio LP Lightning Bolt
#CantDenyMe. #PearlJam pic.twitter.com/BeEtn8Flr2 — Pearl Jam (@PearlJam) March 10, 2018
This summer, Pearl Jam will embark on a series of stadium shows, as well as a pair of fundraising gigs in Seattle called "the Home Shows." The group will also hold "Away Shows" in Boston's Fenway Park, Chicago's Wrigley Field, and more.
Pearl Jam Career
Pearl Jam is an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington in 1990. The band's original lineup consists of Eddie Vedder, Mike McCready, Stone Gossard, and Jeff Ament. In 1998, Matt Cameron, Soundgarden's drummer, joined Pearl Jam. Boom Gaspar has also been part of Pearljam since 2002.
Some of the previous members of Pearljam are Dave Krusen, Matt Chamberlain, Dave Abbruzzese, and Jack Irons.
Since the band's inception, Pearl Jam has already sold a total of 32 million records in the United States alone. Some of the group's albums are Ten, Vitalogy, Yield, No Code, Backspacer, Let's Play Two, Vs., Binaural, Riot Act, Live on Two Legs, Live on Ten Legs, and more.
Pearl Jam's most popular songs are "Jeremy," "Black," "Even Flow," "Better Man," "Alive," "Just Breathe," "Yellow Ledbetter," "Given to Fly," "I Am Mine," "Do the Evolution," "Last Kiss," "State of Love and Trust," "Corduroy," "Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town," "Nottingman," "Sirens," "Nothing as it Seems," "Off He Goes," "Daughter," "The Fixer," and more.
Eddie Vedder Opens Up About 'Alive,' 'Jeremy'
Last year, Vedder opened up about some of Pearl Jam's songs like "Jeremy" and "Alive." The lead vocalist said that "Alive" is about a mom telling her kid that his father is not his real dad. "Jeremy," on the other hand, was about Vedder's childhood experience.
"Well, I think it's... that was a newspaper article. And then when I went to write about it, I thought of actually getting a hold of what the actual person it was written about, but then I thought that would be intruding. And I totally related because I had a very similar experience with a kid I grew up with," said Vedder.