Spain is in the midst of prolonged and devastating financial crisis. Its economy lost roughly 800,000 jobs last year, more than half of under-25-year-olds are unemployed, and the total unemployment rate is at 26% and growing. So you can imagine how bleak and hopeless people waiting (and working) in one of their umemployment offices might feel.

Carne Curda 2.0, a program on Spanish radio, decided to do something to help, however fleeting; they organized a small flashmob to perform and sing The Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun" for one of the unemployment offices in Madrid. As you can see above, the result was heartwarming.