Miles Kane has coated The Beatles’ “last” tune ‘Now and Then‘ – test it out under.
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After months of ready, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr yesterday (November 2) shared ‘Now And Then’ – the final monitor from The Beatles to function all 4 unique members.
The highly-anticipated challenge was first teased by McCartney again in June when he confirmed that he was engaged on a brand new monitor with the drummer, which might come collectively because the “last” tune of the band’s discography.
Titled ‘Now And Then’, the discharge stems from a demo tape recorded by late bandmate John Lennon and was accomplished with the assistance of AI – which lifted the songwriter’s vocals off the preliminary recording and allowed the surviving members to work with them.
Now, Kane has shared a rendition of the tune in a brand new video posted to his Instagram account saying that he “loves” the brand new tune.
“Got here spherical me mate Dave’s to take heed to the primary play of the brand new Beatles tune,” Kane wrote on Instagram. “I LOVE! 5 minutes later we labored it out! The perfect band on the planet I really like them a lot! Now and Then LOVE MK.” Try the second under.
Kane has been part of the Jaded Hearts Membership – a supergroup with Matt Bellamy and Graham Coxon. As a part of this, Kane has beforehand coated The Beatles.
Talking in regards to the band in 2019, Bellamy mentioned: “It’s turning into an esoteric style, however nonetheless with big historic and cultural significance. Like jazz, which frequently reinvents outdated songs, The Jaded Hearts Membership is continuous the custom of how bands like The Beatles and The Stones began out – discovering nice soul and blues requirements and recording them in a extra fashionable type.”
Kane has additionally spoken about The Beatles to NME earlier than in the course of the ‘Tracks of His Life’ interview the place he opened up about his love of thier monitor, ‘This Boy’.
“The lyrics received me,” Kane mentioned of the tune. “Once I watched it on A Arduous Day’s Night time they usually do it, it’s the emotion of it that I felt I might join with. It’s fairly a tragic tune, in a wonderful approach, and it’s most likely one of many first songs I attempted to show myself on guitar. It’s a type of songs that offers me a variety of emotion.”
Earlier this week (November 1), a brief movie was broadcast on The One Present and The Beatles’ YouTube Channel, which documented the historical past behind the ‘last” monitor and the way it got here collectively.
The poignant 12-minute movie was additionally broadcast as a part of a sequence of programmes on the BBC to have a good time the legacy of The Beatles.
A music video – which might be the first-ever music video directed by Peter Jackson – can also be set for launch as we speak (November 3). In keeping with the famend filmmaker, the visible accompaniment will embody new footage of McCartney and Starr, in addition to not too long ago unearthed footage of all 4 members.
Subsequent week (November 10) will see The Beatles launch new expanded editions of ‘1962-1966 (The Crimson Album)’ and ‘1967-1970 (The Blue Album)’, blended in stereo and Dolby.