Cameron Crowe Flop Aloha Has A New Eddie Vedder Song Sung By His 7-Year-Old Daughter

Cameron Crowe’s Hawaii-set new film Aloha has been catching a lot of flak for its “racial weirdness,” starting with the fact that the very white Emma Stone plays Asian American character Allison Ng — but perhaps the most unforgivable sin that the movie commits is simply not being very good. Still, it’s a Cameron Crowe movie, so it’s going to have a decent soundtrack. Jónsi of Sigur Rós provides an original score, and in addition to that, the movie also features a whopping 55 songs, which the good folks over at Indiewire have painstakingly compiled. And one of those 55 songs — the very last, actually, as it plays at the end of the credits — is “The Traveler,” a new tune written by Eddie Vedder and his seven-year-old daughter Harper and performed by the younger Vedder. Thus begins a Vedder musical dynasty! You can check out the full list of songs in the film here (highlights include tracks by Fleetwood Mack, Kurt Vile, and Mogwai).