The Beatles Release the First Ever Video for “Here Comes the Sun”

It took a half century. But better late than never. Exactly 50 years after the release of Abbey Road, the Beatles have released the first official video of “Here Comes the Sun.” The clip, writes NME, “set to a new stereo mix of the George Harrison composition, captures a gorgeous sunrise illuminating Abbey Road Studios’ Studio Two, where the Fab Four recorded most of the legendary album.” Later today, the Beatles will release the 50th anniversary reissue of Abbey Road. It comes in CD and CD/Blu Ray versions.

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