The official Instagram page of Pearl Jam made a public announcement today to reveal their fan-curated project named ‘Deep’ and it’s now available on almost every streaming platform as well as on its own website.
You might remember that the Seattle-based rock band Pearl Jam released their eleventh studio album named ‘Gigaton’ last year and the band could not make the North American tour they scheduled due to a coronavirus pandemic. Since fans are still waiting for the new tour dates, the band made yet another exciting announcement for their fanbase.
Recently, Pearl Jam announced that they built a brand new site named ‘Deep’ and the band covered many legendary stars’ songs. According to the official statement, Deep includes covers from Neil Young, The Who, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and more.
On the official website of the project, there are more than 5000 individual songs and fans have to be a ‘Ten Club Member’ to check out the playlist in the Deep.
Here is how Pearl Jam announced the project in the post:
“The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Ramones, Bruce Springsteen, The Who, Neil Young, and many more have been covered in Pearl Jam’s legendary live sets over the years – this, the first of the DEEP release playlist series, highlights the best.
DEEP is Pearl Jam’s fan-curated streaming companion website to their legendary live shows. We’re just getting started at deep.pearljam.com.
Log in or sign up to listen on Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, Nugs, Qobuz, Spotify, Tidal, and YouTube at the link in bio.”
You can check out the photo they shared below.