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The Cure covers the Beatles' 'Hello Goodbye' with Paul McCartney's son

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The Cure

The Cure hasn’t recorded together in six years, but now they’re singing “hello” to fans (and also “goodbye”).

The English rockers reunited to record a cover of The Beatles’ “Hello Goodbye” featuring a special guest: Paul McCartney’s son, James, on keyboard. Their version doesn’t stray far from the original, and James’ physical resemblance to his dad turns the otherwise ordinary recording session into a clip that’s eerily similar to watching Papa McCartney perform.

The Cure’s “Hello Goodbye” is one of the songs featured on an upcoming Paul McCartney tribute album that also includes Willie Nelson’s rendition of “Yesterday” and Alice Cooper’s “Eleanor Rigby.” The album, titled The Art of McCartney, drops Nov. 17.

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