On the surface it would appear that the biggest act to emerge from the Seattle Grunge-Rock scene, Pearl Jam, would have nothing in common with New Jersey’s favorite Punks, The Bouncing Souls. However, in the wee hours of Friday morning (technically still Thursday night on the West Coast) everything changed when Eddie Vedder and company released a brand new track dubbed “Ole´.”
Yes, it’s true, Pearl Jam and The Souls now share a song title as well as contradiction. The stadium hopping Pacific Coast outfit’s new track is a basement dwelling rage-tune and a pleasant return to the band’s humble beginnings, as opposed to The Souls who call dank underground dwellings their musical abodes of choice, while its “Ole´” number has been used as crowd-hyping music in Soccer coliseums and Hockey arenas around the world.
“Ole´” is the next great terrain torching tune in Pearl Jam’s arsenal and you can grab it below: