Homme, Vedder Team Up For Charity Record
Listen to duo's Marvin Gaye cover online now
The Queens Of The Stone Age and Pearl Jam frontmen are joined by members of The Strokes on a cover of Marvin Gaye's 'Mercy Mercy Me' for brand new charity album Live From Nowhere Near You 2 - a record that raises money for a homeless charity in Portland, Or.
Homme drums on the song while Vedder shares vocals with Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas
You can hear the song HERE
The album is released in the US on 19 July from HERE
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