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Eddie Vedder and Butler sang a cover of Young's 1989 track entitled 'Rockin' in the Free World' at the Big Day Out Festival, which wrapped up in Perth over the weekend.
The instrumental version of the Canadian band's 'Porno' and 'Supersymmetry' will appear in the movie's soundtrack album, whose release date is currently unknown.
Outkast's Andre 3000 and Big Boi, who will perform together for the first time in seven years, are set to appear at the annual festival on April 12 and 19.
The Montreal-based band posts a Twitter picture that shows the list of four shows they'll play in June next year.
The Canadian rock band decides to play another show at the venue after the tickets for their first show sell out.
Wearing oversized paper mache heads, the members of the Canadian band ride the public transportation before parading through the street with a Mariachi band.
Directed by Canadian filmmaker Emily Kai Bock, the new video follows a family of a father and two sons who meet the deceased mother in their dreams.
The 28-date tour will include the band's first stop at Denver's Pepsi Center and a two-night show at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
Marking the Canadian band's second No. 1 album on the chart, 'Reflektor' dethrones Katy Perry's 'Prism' after selling 140,000 copies in its first week.
The Canadian band's frontman, Win Butler, says in an interview that his and his bandmates' fourth studio album is inspired by his 'life-changing' trip to Haiti.
The entire songs from the Montreal band's fourth album are available for streaming on YouTube just a few days ahead of its official release date on October 29.
In the nearly-six-minute clip, the lyrics of the song appear in front of the footage of 1958 Brazilian film entitled 'Black Orpheus'.
The artists and some YouTube stars will perform at the first YouTube Awards, which will be live-streamed worldwide from New York City on November 3.
As the musical guest on the show's season premiere, the Montreal-based group performs 'Reflektor' and 'Afterlife'.
The Montreal-based group plays in the back of a moving truck wearing giant papier-mache bobbleheads.