A new tune by The Who is making its way onto the iTunes Top 20 charts.
The tune, “Symbols”, was first released as a single in 2008, and has since become a regular part of the band’s repertoire.
The tune, which was composed by John Lydon and performed by Robert Plant, was written by Plant, who also worked on the music for the films “Battlestar Galactica” and “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.”
Symbol, a new tune from The Who, is now the top-selling country music instrument in the US.
“It’s an honor to play this tune for the people,” Plant said in a statement.
“This tune has been written by someone who has been playing music for 40 years.
We are grateful to the musicians who made it happen.
I’m really excited to play it again this year.”
Symbol is the first new tune in the band since 2015, when the band released its first new song, “I Need Your Love,” which was inspired by the death of his son, a student at the University of Pennsylvania.
Symbolic has been the subject of a few collaborations over the years.
In 2016, the band worked with R. Kelly to write the theme song to his film, “Weird Al” Yankovic’s film adaptation of the song, and in 2018, The Who recorded a cover of the tune.
Symbol also appeared on the soundtrack for the animated film “The Lion King.”