Soundgarden Bass Player Ben Shepherd Streaming New Song, ‘Keystone’


Story by Cat Badra

Soundgarden’s Ben Shepherd streaming new song, ‘Keystone,’ off his upcoming solo release, ‘In Deep Owl’

Soundgarden bass player Ben Shepherd is just a few weeks away from the release of his debut solo album, “In Deep Owl,” which he’s releasing under the HBS name. Now, not only has Shepherd posted full streams of the tracks “Baron Robber” and “Collide” off the set, but the bass slinger has posted a stream of a new single, “Keystone,” via Pure Volume. Take a listen to the track below.

“In Deep Owl” will hit stores on Aug. 27. The release is set to feature 11 original tracks, packed with guest appearances from former Pearl Jam drummer Matt Chamberlain and Shepherd’s Soundgarden band mate and drummer Matt Cameron. The full track list can be viewed below.

In other Soundgarden news, frontman Chris Cornell recently announced a string of solo, acoustic tour dates in which he’ll play songs off the band’s latest album, “King Animal,” acoustic.

‘In Deep Owl’ Track List:

“Stone Pale”
“Loose Ends”
“Neverone Blues”
“Baron Robber”
“From the Blue Book”
“The Great Syrup Accident”
“The Train You Can’t Win”

Stream Ben Shepherd’s New Song, ‘Keystone’:

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