“This is very important”
ATTENTION Beatles fans!
Featuring Aussie rock legends from bands like Grinspoon and The Superjesus.
Now that’s an all-star cast.
The surprise cameos have begun.
“Stranger things have happened.”
“I’d like that to happen.”
Lemmy would be proud.
They’ll both play a role previously performed by Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong.
They pulled it apart, yeah!
Cheers to that!
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