NOV 2021 - Loungefly The Beatles Let It Be Vinyl Record Mini Backpack, Crossbody Bag and Wallet
October 1, 2021
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The Beatles Let It Be Vinyl Record Loungefly collection is available for pre-order starting October 1 at 12 AM EST. Get ready for one of the cutest cosplay accessories! Here’s what we can look forward to:
Loungefly The Beatles Let It Be Vinyl Record Mini Backpack
Loungefly The Beatles Let It Be Vinyl Record Crossbody Bag
Loungefly The Beatles Let It Be Vinyl Record Zip Around Wallet
In addition, look for more November 2021 pre-orders bags on our dedicated page here or the Loungefly Beatles collection.
Considered one of the Beatles’ best songs, “Let It Be” was released as a single in 1970, just before the band announced their final split.
Composed by Paul McCartney, the song carries a message of optimism and has become an anthem of hope during difficult times in life. But do you know what inspired the musician to write it?
“Let It Be” was written by Paul McCartney in the 1960s, during a turbulent time for the Beatles, when the band was about to break up. Although many people attribute religious meaning to the song, the lyrics are actually more personal to the songwriter.
In “Many Years From Now” biography, written by Barry Miles, Paul McCartney explains how the inspiration came about:
One night during those intense times, he had a dream about his mother, who had died over 10 years ago. He was thrilled to see her and felt united with his mother during that dream.
MacCartney commented that she seemed at peace in the dream, saying, “everything will be fine, don’t worry, everything will be alright.” He doesn’t remember if she pronounced “let it be,” but that was the meaning of her advice.
The dream was so good, and Paul felt so inspired and blessed to have spoken to his mother that he was inspired and wrote: “Let It Be.”
Included on the album of the same name, “Let It Be” first took shape in 1969, during the recording sessions of what was to become the Get Back project.
In 1985, Paul McCartney performed the song live at the Live Aid festival in London. The beginning of the performance was chaotic: McCartney’s microphone was down for two minutes, but he kept singing anyway.
At the end of the performance, David Bowie, Pete Townshend, Bob Geldof, and Alison Moyet came on stage to accompany the musician. Almost 20 years later, McCartney re-recorded the vocals of his performance to be included on the DVD of the event.
In 1998, the song once again comforted the singer in a moment of sadness: he lost his wife, Linda McCartney. During the funeral, fans sang “Let It Be.”
Loungefly The Beatles Let It Be Vinyl Record Mini Backpack, Crossbody Bag, and Wallet – November 2021 Pre-Orders
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