Title Song Of Paul McCartney's Upcoming Album 'New' Released
The title song of Paul McCartney's forthcoming studio album - "New" - has been released. The former 'Beatles' member is scheduled to unleash the entire disc on October 14, but as is the custom in the music industry these days, he has put out the lead single in advance for promotional purposes.
The 71-year-old Liverpudlian last released a record entirely built of fresh compositions in 2007. That album was titled "Memory Almost Full." His "Kisses on the Bottom" did come out last year, but it mostly consisted of covers. That won't be the case with "New" though, as is explained by the title, its content will be all new.
In a recent interview with BBC, McCartney was really excited about the new tune and revealed that it has his trademark style attached to it.
"It's catchy, it's summery, it's a love song. I think people will recognize it as definitely me," he said.
It has been produced by DJ Mark Ronson, and McCartney was extremely satisfied with the work of the 37-year-old record-maker.
"Mark's work with Amy was sensational, so I knew he'd be good. He knows his music, he knows what he likes and the two of us together took the song and tried to put the maximum vibe into it. We had a lot of fun. He brought expertise, energy, enthusiasm and the odd laugh or two," the rock maestro praised.
About the entire album, he added: "The record is very varied. I worked with four producers and each of them brought something different."
Here is Paul McCartney's "New" for your listening pleasure:
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