Sharon Van Etten has been having a very busy year that has included playing with Fountains of Wayne, covering Lucinda Williams for a benefit compilation, releasing the new songs "Beaten Down" and "Staring At A Mountain" (the latter of which is for the Never Rarely Sometimes Always film that Sharon also has a role in), and contributing to the upcoming Big Red Machine album (among other things), and now she has teamed up with Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme for a cover of "(What’s So Funny ’Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?," which was released by Nick Lowe in 1974 and famously covered by Elvis Costello & the Attractions in 1978. They do a minimal, atmospheric take on the classic song, really making it their own and sounding great in the process. Listen below.

Josh Homme will also appear on the upcoming Run the Jewels album, and we just posted a great full-set video of Screaming Trees' 1996 tour with Josh on guitar.

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