As fans anxiously await the first single released from Paul McCartney's upcoming one-man-band McCartney III collection, the former-Beatle has only whetted fans appetites with a sample tease of new music. “Macca” has posted a 15-second clip of the song “Find A Way” on social media, which touches upon the experimental tones of 1980's McCartney II and his most recent album, the 2018 chart-topping Egypt Station.
Ringo Starr's former producer, Mark Hudson, first worked with Paul McCartney back in 1997. He told us McCartney has more than earned the right to be as experimental as he wants to be: “There's a weird thing about getting older and being relevant. And sometimes we try to be, 'Oh, we better sound like Coldplay or Radiohead, 'cause that's what's happening now.' And I think that when it comes to the Beatles, they have nothing else to prove other than being what they wanna be. And if they wanna stretch out and try something new, they could do a polka album — 'cause they paid their dues and done their stuff.”
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