MELBOURNE: In time for Christmas, the rock band The Beatles has announced that they will be ending a boycott of music streaming.
The band shared a video on their website that featured a medley of the band's hits, including ‘Let It Be’, ‘Hey Jude and Help,’ News.com.au reports.
“Happy Crimble, with love from us to you," said a statement, employing a slang term for Christmas used by the band.
Ringo Starr took to Twitter to write, “We are coming to you from out of the blue, adding, "Peace and love peace love.”
The fab four's music will be accessible via Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, TIDAL, Google Play and Amazon Prime Music from 12.01am local time.
Notably, the rock band’s catalogue started streaming at 00:01 on Christmas eve local time in each region of the world.
It is being said that the streaming announcement came just five years after the Liverpool-born group's back catalogue was first made available for purchase on Apple's iTunes.