'Deeply healing!' Jeremy Renner creates new music collection inspired by horror snowplough accident
Hollywood actor Jeremy Renner has teased a new music collection about several milestones in his journey of recovery from his near-death snowplough accident earlier this year, and admitted it was "ultimately cathartic" for him to make.
Jeremy Renner has teased a new collection of music about various milestones in his journey of recovery from his near-death snowplough accident earlier this year.
The 52-year-old actor was hospitalised on New Year's Day (01.01.23) after he suffered blunt chest trauma and 30 broken bones after being hit by a snowplough while saving his nephew, and the star has now revealed he is to drop music collection 'Love and Titanium', a reference to the titanium plates in his body following the near-tragic accident.
Jeremy wrote on Instagram: "A collection of music we wrote about different milestones in my journey of recovery since Jan 1st this year. “Love and Titanium” has been painful, deeply healing, and ultimately cathartic for me to create."
The star shared a picture of the collection's artwork and wrote "soon" on top of the image, and he also tagged several producers and songwriters in his post, including producer/songwriter Walter Afanasieff and songwriter Lee Anna James.
He wrote: "I hope I get the courage to share with you all. #loveandtitanium @wafanasieff @leeannajamesmusic @bsamzmusic @jasonmater @jeffbonilla (sic)"
Jeremy is no stranger to dropping new music.
He released single 'Main Attraction' in 2019, and followed that up with 2020 EPs 'The Medicine', and 'Live For Now'.
Hollywood actor Jeremy has also been part of several movie soundtracks, including song 'Good Ole Rebel' in 'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford', in which he portrayed Wood Hite.
In August, Jeremy told how he had been using a hyperbaric oxygen chamber as he continued his recovery from the snowplough incident.
Alongside a photo of himself receiving the treatment, Jeremy wrote on Instagram: "Hyperbaric chamber, 2 atmosphere pressure, high oxygen, 2x daily (sic)"
The hyperbaric oxygen chamber enables patients to breathe pure oxygen.
As a result, the oxygen gets through to the bloodstream and into tissues quicker, which in turn speeds up the healing process.