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The Beatles Release Last “New” Song After 60 Years of Beatlemania – “Now And Then” Out Nov. 2

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Key takeaways:

  • The Beatles are releasing their last “new” song, “Now And Then,” on Thursday, Nov. 2.
  • The song was constructed from unreleased demos written by John Lennon.
  • The single will be released by Apple Corps Ltd. and Universal Music Group, and will be accompanied by a music video.

Sixty years after the onset of Beatlemania, the Beatles are releasing what is promised to be their last “new” song. The track, called “Now And Then,” will be available Thursday, Nov. 2, as part of a single paired with “Love Me Do,” the very first Beatles single that came out in 1962 in England.

The song comes from the same batch of unreleased demos written by the late John Lennon, which were taken by his former bandmates to construct the songs “Free As a Bird” and “Real Love,” released in the mid-1990s. With the help of artificial intelligence, the Beatles were able to finish the song, which was originally recorded in the same sessions as “Free As a Bird” and “Real Love,” but technological limitations stood in the way of its completion.

The single will be released by Apple Corps Ltd. and Universal Music Group, and will be available on streaming services, as well as on CD and vinyl. It will also be accompanied by a music video, which will feature a montage of archival footage of the Beatles.

The release of “Now And Then” marks the end of an era for the Beatles, who have been a major influence on popular music for over six decades. Fans of the band are sure to be excited to hear the new track, and it will be interesting to see how the song is received by the public.

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