U2 are currently touring a 30th anniversary show where they play Joshua Tree in its entirety. And when they got to “Mothers Of The Disappeared” during their Seattle stop, they brought out some very special guests to help with the performance. Eddie Vedder and Mumford & Sons came out to lend a hand during the album‘s closing song.
Vedder makes quite a bit of sense, of course. Few people are as heavily associated with the city of Seattle as him. The Mumfords were in town because they are opening for U2 on the tour, along with OneRepublic and The Lumineers. Expect U2 + Mumford + another celebrity to become a thing, because who doesn’t want to perform with U2?
Check out a fan-shot clip of their performance up top.
Seattle was the second stop of the band’s stadium tour, which will continue into August as the band plays stops in North America and Europe. So, we probably have a few more of these Taylor Swift-ian squad ups in store as the band moves around. Even Kendrick Lamar can’t pass the opportunity to play with U2 up. If that is the final straw that convinces you to snag a ticket, take a look at the full list of Joshua Tree tour dates here.