Published Jan 22, 2016Josh Homme just revealed plans for a joint album with Iggy Pop called Post Pop Depression, but the Eagles of Death Metal's charity campaign in the wake of November's Paris attacks is still going strong. Homme and his bandmates have been encouraging other artists to cover their Zipper Down track "I Love You All the Time," with all proceeds from publishing income going to the Sweet Stuff Foundation.
A new round of renditions has now surfaced, featuring reworked versions of the song from the Whigs, Liam Lynch, Chelsea Wolfe, Nada Surf and Pearl Jam/Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron.
The new batch of covers adds to a catalogue that already includes contributions from My Morning Jacket, Savages, and Florence and the Machine.
Hear the fresh takes on "I Love You All the Time" in the players below.