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Eddie Vedder Contributes New Song To 'Twin Peaks' Soundtrack

09/01/2016
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Eddie Vedder

(Radio.com) Eddie Vedder won't just be joining the laundry list of a cast involved in the return of Twin Peaks. He'll also be contributing a new song to the soundtrack.

Titled "Out of Sand," Vedder debuted the song during his set at the Ohana Festival on August 27. The melancholy tune finds Vedder practically howling with emotion. "But now it's gone, gone/ And I am who I am/ Who I was I will never be again/ Running out of sand," he sings on the chorus. A Pearl Jam fan site tweeted a picture of the lyrics which you can check out below.

Besides Vedder, Trent Reznor, Sharon Van Etten, Nine Inch Nails' Robin Finck, Chromatics' Ruth Radelet and Sky Ferreira will all appear on the television series. Twin Peaks will debut on Showtime in the first half of 2017. A fan attending the festival captured the new song. Watch here.

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