I climbed onto my roof for this Pearl Jam app
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There is only one man who could get me to soberly climb onto my buildings rooftop for a gimmicky artificial reality app in the middle of February, and his name is Eddie Vedder, the frontman of 90s Seattle grunge group Pearl Jam.
On Thursday, Pearl Jam rolled out a snippet of a new song entitled Superblood Wolfmoon that you can only listen to by pointing your phone at the Moon. If you go to moon.pearljam.com, youll be greeted with a screen that asks you to align an on-screen circle with the Moon. Once you line everything up, animations hover around your real-world Moon that are timed to the music.
The app, which was developed with a company called Powster, is hard to trick, too. Yesterday, I messaged the link to all…