On anniversary of snowplow accident, Jeremy Renner releases ‘musical diary

by Patria

To mark the first anniversary of his snowplow accident, Jeremy Renner is releasing a “musical diary.”

The Avengers actor announced over the weekend that to mark one year since he was run over by his own snowplow, his “new musical diary” Wait will be released on January 1.

“New musical diary – story of life, death, recovery, all things learned along the way,” he wrote on Instagram. “Wait for me lit Jan 1. I can’t wait to share more with you. #waitforme #laketahoe.”

The 52-year-old also shared Wait’s cover photo, which shows him sitting on the edge of a dock with his arm around his presumed 10-year-old daughter, Ava.

There has been no word on whether Wait is a song or an album.

In October, Renner teased the release of Love and Titanium, a collection of songs that marked landmarks in his recovery from the near-death crash that left him with over 30 fractures.

“A collection of music we wrote about different milestones in my recovery journey since January 1 of this year. Love and Titanium has been painful, deeply healing and ultimately cathartic for me to create,” Renner wrote at the time. “I hope I find the courage to share it with all of you.”

The title of the collection is a reference to a comment the actor made in an interview with ABC News earlier this year.

“I lost a lot of flesh and bone in this experience,” he said of his accident. “But I’ve been refueled and refilled with love and titanium.”

Though best known as an actor, Renner previously released EPs The Medicine and Live For Now in 2020.

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