The Beatles New Song ‘Now And Then’ Release Date Announced!

The Beatles Announce Release Date for Their Final Song: ‘Now and Then


“Unbelievable! The Beatles’ ‘Last’ Song Revealed – AI Technology Used to Resurrect John Lennon’s Voice – Release Date Announced!”

The Beatles have officially announced the highly anticipated release date of their “final” new song. Earlier this year, Paul McCartney revealed in an interview with the BBC that he had collaborated with AI technology to complete what he referred to as the band’s “last song.” Now, we finally have a date to mark on our calendars.

Titled “Now and Then,” this track is based on a demo recording from the 1970s by the late John Lennon. McCartney and Ringo Starr joined forces to finish the song last year. It has been revealed that “Now and Then” will be featured as the closing track on the upcoming edition of the Beatles’ iconic anthologies, 1962-1966 and 1967-1970, also known as the Red and Blue albums. The release date for this special edition has been set for Thursday, November 2nd.

To add to the excitement, a documentary chronicling the making of the song will premiere on Wednesday, November 1st. In the BBC interview, McCartney explained how the advancements in AI technology allowed him to extract Lennon’s voice from the original cassette recordings. The new single also includes a guitar part recorded by George Harrison nearly three decades ago, a fresh drum contribution by Starr, and McCartney’s own bass, piano, and a slide guitar solo as a tribute to the late Harrison, who passed away in 2001. Backup vocals are provided by McCartney and Starr, ensuring that all four Beatles are present on this historic track.

Despite McCartney’s clarification that the AI technology was solely used to enhance Lennon’s vocals from the original demo, some internet speculators have expressed unwarranted outrage, accusing McCartney of creating a Lennon soundalike. McCartney took to Twitter to address the confusion, stating, “We’ve noticed the confusion and speculation surrounding this. There seems to be a lot of guesswork out there. I can’t reveal too much at this stage, but I want to make it clear that nothing has been artificially or synthetically created. It’s all authentic, and we all played our parts. We simply cleaned up some existing recordings, a process that has been ongoing for years.”

In a recent interview with The Associated Press, Starr emphasized the significance of this release, stating, “This is the last time you’ll hear all four Beatles on a track. John, Paul, George, and Ringo.” With this final song, the Beatles bid farewell to their fans, leaving behind a timeless legacy that will continue to inspire generations to come.


The Beatles 1964
The Beatles, 1964 (Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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