Watch the new official video for The Beatles' classic 'Here, There and Everywhere'

28 December 2022, 12:10

By Mayer Nissim

The Beatles present the latest animated promo from the stunning Revolver box set.

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The Beatles recently released their latest box set, with their classic 1966 album Revolver getting the deluxe treatment with a 5CD remastered and expanded edition.

The group have also released new accompanying animated videos for 'Taxman' and 'I'm Only Sleeping' – and now – 'Here, There and Everywhere'.

"Follow the band on tour, as they face an ever-changing backdrop of cities, hotels, roads, and gigs, with only each other to rely on," said Rok Predin of Trunk Animation, who made the video.

"A magical dancer appears to each of them, representing inspiration and creative freedom."

The 5CD version of Revolver comes with a 100-page hardback book, and vinyl-loving Beatles fans can buy the limited edition 4LP+7-inch EP version.

Disc One features a brand new Giles Martin stereo mix of the album, Discs Two and Three are packed with alternate versions of the Revolver songs, and Disc Four is the original mono master of the album.

Disc Five is a four-track Revolver EP, featuring mono and stereo versions of the 'Paperback Writer'/'Rain' double-A-side single, recorded during the Revolver sessions and released three months before the album.

The less extravagant 2CD version come with a 40-page booklet and includes the new stereo remix and a single disc of alternate takes.

There's also a single CD/single vinyl/picture disc vinyl that contains only the new stereo mix.

The remastering and remixing made use of "de-mixing" technology developed by the sound team led by Emile de la Rey at Peter Jackson’s WingNut Films Productions Ltd to separate out the instruments, which had been used for the Get Back project.

The album has been remixed for Dolby Atmos, but unlike the Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band, The Beatles (aka The White Album), Abbey Road and Let It Be reissues over the past few years, there is no DVD or Blu-ray containing this mix in the package, and it's available exclusively on digital platforms.