An animated “Yellow Submarine” film singalong will be hosted by YouTube Music in a special live-streaming event, which will be available to everyone globally for free.
There will be a live stream of the event on The Beatles’ YouTube channel on Saturday, April 25, at 9 am PDT/12 pm EDT/5 pm BST (available at this link). In the restored version of the film’s sing-along, the lyrics are displayed at the bottom of the screen allowing viewers to follow along.
The Beatles’ official Twitter account announced the live stream of “Yellow Submarine” by Ringo Starr.
“I’ve got wonderful news for those of you who miss singing together,” Starr stated. It’s “for youngsters and kids at heart,” says the YouTube description of the “Yellow Submarine” movie sing-along scheduled on April 25. Love and peace. My presence is a given; I hope you’ll join me.
To commemorate the film’s 50th anniversary, a singalong version of “Yellow Submarine” by the Beatles was shown in theatres in 2018. Since then, it hasn’t been made available to the public.
It’s All Too Much,” “Eleanor Rigby,” “When I’m Sixty-Four,” “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, “All You Need Is Love” and other Fab Four classics can be heard in this psychedelic musical animation film.
George Dunning is directing the “Yellow Submarine” film, which was written by Lee Minoff, Al Brodax, Jack Mendelsohn, and Erich Segal; Heinz Edelmann did the art direction, and George Martin composed the additional score.
It’s a story about an 80,000-leagues-under-the-sea utopia known as Pepperland, where beauty, happiness, and music rule supreme. It is only until the Blue Meanies attack with their army of storm bloopers, apple bonkers, snapping turtle Turks, and the scary flying glove that the tranquil equilibrium is disrupted.
Young Fred and Nowhere Man join the Beatles on a seven-sea adventure across the ocean to free Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, make peace with the Meanies, and bring back music, color, and love to the globe.