Jeremy Renner releases new music to ‘unite people’

Gregory Wakeman
Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye in Avengers: Endgame (Image by Marvel)

Jeremy Renner has released a brand new EP of music entitled The Medicine, which he hopes will be able to “unite” the world while most of it is under quarantine because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Renner has been posting new music to YouTube and Instagram in recent months. But on Friday he decided to unleash a full collection of songs on his fans, alongside a message for them, too. 

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“I’ve always found music to be one of the few things that unite people in a pure way. Common ground can be hard to find in today’s world, but music has remained a constant for me. To feel deeply, to dance fervently, and live together is more present now than ever.” 

THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 0251 -- Pictured: Actor Jeremy Renner during the "Hawkeye Sings" bit on April 28, 2015 -- (Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

As well as a titular song, The Medicine also includes the tracks Never Sorry, Every Woman, Best Part Of Me, Ghost And Roses, December Days, and Main Attraction, which you can now listen to on Spotify. 

Renner has been busy trying out various new professions over the last few years. The Marvel actor launched his very own app, but back in September, 2019, he had to shut it down, apparently because of trolls. 

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Renner’s history with music has actually be more successful. Not only was he in the band Sons Of Ben, but he’s also appeared on the soundtracks for North Country, Love Comes To The Executioner, and The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford, singing the songs I Drink Alone, American Pie, and Good Ole Rebel, respectively.