If you’re a Beatles fan, you’ve got to be stoked that a new compilation was released on iTunes this week.
With 14-tracks, Tomorrow Never Knows brings together some of the legendary band’s “most powerful rock songs” including “Back In The USSR”, “Helter Skelter”, “Paperback Writer”, and “Savoy Truffle”.
According to NME, there’s also a promo film for the song “Hey Bulldog”, that originally appeared on the band’s 1969 album Yellow Submarine, and you can stream it for free or download it on iTunes.
In honor of the release, Dave Grohl wrote a letter explaining what The Beatles mean and have meant to him in his career and just life in general. In the note he said, “If it weren’t for The Beatles, I would not be a musician. The Beatles seemed to be capable of anything. They knew no boundaries, and in that freedom they seemed to define what we now know today as ‘Rock and Roll.’”
The Foo Fighters frontman also says in the letter that his daughter Violet, 6, has recently become a fan of the band and reveals she is especially taken with the “100% timeless Rock ‘n’ Roll” of “Hey Bulldog”. He adds, “From one generation to the next, The Beatles will remain the most important rock band of all time. Just ask Violet.”
Awww, like father, like daughter.
By the way, Grohl recently released the trailer to his upcoming rock documentary, and we have it for you to see below!