Beatles fans will soon be able to go on a creative journey with the late John Lennon.
Through the new album app "John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes" users will be able to follow the rock legend on his June 1980 trip to Bermuda, where he worked on material for what would be his final album, "Double Fantasy." The interactive app includes never-before released demos of such songs as "(Just Like) Starting Over," "Woman," and "Nobody Told Me," images of Lennon's hand-written lyric sheets, and recently discovered photographs from John's trip.
Players will also get to guide Lennon's sailboat, visit locations that inspired him, and create interactive illustrations while listening to the music.
"John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes" will be available exclusively through the iTunes App Store on November 5th. All proceeds from sales of the app will go to the charity WhyHunger.
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