More “New” music from Paul McCartney

More “New” music from Paul McCartney

 

Paul McCartney has just released “Queenie Eye,” the second song from his forthcoming New album.  The song has a European pop sound and is one of two tracks on the album produced by Paul Epworth, who’s best known for his work with Adele, Florence And The Machine, and Cee Lo Green.  New comes out October 15th.  In the meantime, Sir Paul appeared on NBC’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote the album.  He appeared in a sketch in which he and Fallon bump into each other backstage and accidentally switch accents.  Check it out below.  McCartney and his band also performed his new song “Save Me” along with a rocking version of the Beatles’ “Lady Madonna.”

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