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Watch Gary Clark Jr. Rip Through His Cover of Beatles' 'Come Together' from 'Justice League' on 'Late Late Show'
Gary Clark Jr. performs during The Late Late Show with James Corden on Nov. 2, 2017
Gary Clark Jr. gave his heavy, blues-blasted twist on the The Beatles' classic "Come Together" on The Late Late Show on Thursday night (Nov. 2), tearing up the 1969 Abbey Road track that he re-imagined for the upcoming soundtrack to the Justice League film.
The song got a slightly more low-key treatment onstage for James Corden's show than it does in the studio recording, or its recently released Justice League themed music video. But, as with all things Clark, it was still packed with killer guitar riffs and Clark's earthy, soulful voice.
Watch the performance below.
The cover was originally revealed to fans through a Comic Con trailer back in July. View the entire thing, and get a sneak peek at the long-awaited film starring Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, and Ben Affleck, below.