Los Angeles - Pearl Jam and Beyoncé Knowles are to release a single together.
The American rock group and R&B superstar have recorded a cover version of Bob Marley's Redemption Song, featuring the vocals of frontman Eddie Vedder and the Crazy In Love singer.
The two artists first performed the song at last year's Global Citizen Festival and have decided to release their version of the 1980 classic as a part of the rock group's Ten Club Holiday Single programme, an annual single's club for members of their fan club.
The release will also include a rendition of the Alive hitmaker's 1991 track Wishing Well [Free].
The Pearl Jam Italian fan page under the Twitter handle @PearlJamOnLine - which has 37 600 followers - recently shared a cover for Redemption Song featuring Beyoncé and Eddie.
Alongside a screenshot posted on Sunday, they wrote: "More info on @PearlJam Holiday Single 2015!
A Pearl Jam / Wishing Well
B EV & @Beyonce / Redemption Song (sic)"
Beyoncé, 34, has just released her new album Lemonade and is now on her Formation World Tour.
As for Pearl Jam, they are currently on an extensive tour of North America and recently made headlines after they cancelled their show in North Carolina over the anti-LGBT 'bathroom law'.
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