WATCH: Spanish Flash Mob Lightens Mood at Local Unemployment Office

It’s probably hard to smile when you’re down and out. That’s when a flash mob steps in.

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It’s hard to smile when you’re down and out. That’s when a flash mob steps in.

An unexpected performance by a group of musicians of The Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun” brightened the day of a group of jobseekersin a Madrid unemployment office, reports The Telegraph.

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The flash mob, which was organized by Carne Cruda 2.0, a program on Spain’s Cadena SER radio network, has been more than 1 million times since it was uploaded on Jan. 8.

Spain is battling record levels of unemployment – an estimated 25% of the population is unemployed, with more than half of the country’s youth jobless at the end of 2012.