Eagles of Death Metal: I Love You All the Time cover by My Morning Jacket pays tribute to Paris attack victims | EW.com


See My Morning Jacket cover Eagles of Death Metal's 'I Love You All the Time'

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Towards the end of My Morning Jacket’s concert at New York City’s Beacon Theatre on Saturday night, the band covered the Eagles of Death Metal song “I Love You All the Time.”

Fan-shot video of the performance, which was preceded by a moment of silence for victims of the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, was published online after the show. “Thanks so much to everyone who has come to our shows this year or ever,” frontman Jim James wrote on Instagram the following day. “Lots of wishes for peace and love to everyone!”

See video and photos from the performance below.


I love you all the time @jeremypross

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Wow. #MyMorningJacket

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Terrorists launched seven coordinated assaults across Paris on Nov. 13, killing 130 people. The deadliest of the attacks took place at Le Bataclan concert hall, where Eagles of Death Metal were performing. Eighty-nine people were killed as gunmen stormed the venue and opened fire.

In their first interview since the attacks, the band’s co-founder Josh Homme urged other musicians to cover “I Love You All the Time.” He said their label would donate all the publishing proceeds to victims of the attacks.