It’s the Beatles like you’ve never seen them before: in restored, vibrant color. The famed rockers from Liverpool now have a music video for one of its landmark songs, “A Day in the Life.” The video, which premiered on Mashable, was filmed during the recording process of the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band closer in January and February 1967.

“These videos and films are spectacular reminders of the era we lived in,” former Beatle Paul McCartney said in a statement, via Mashable. “They also rock!”

The video pieces together footage of the giant orchestra employed for the song, the members recording and drinking tea, and assorted oddness and psychedelia that defined this particular period of their discography. Oh, there are also Mick Jagger and Keith Richards cameos.

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The 2000 greatest hits compilation, 1 is being repackaged and sold in a deluxe edition, which includes the 27-track CD and two Blu-rays. The Blu-rays will feature 50 total videos — some completely unearthed, some alternate takes — all in 4K resolution. The set will also feature a 124-page book and filmed intros from Macca and ex-bandmate Ringo Starr.

See the new video below.

The deluxe edition is slated to ship around Nov. 4.