Paul McCartney teases new album and double A-side single release

Written by Bianca Davino on 20th June, 2018
Paul McCartney teases new album and double A-side single release

Music immortal Paul McCartney has teased the release of an upcoming album, as well as revealing the imminent release of two new songs ‘I Don’t Know’ and ‘Come On To Me’ set to feature on a double A-side single.

The tracks are set to drop on June 20th (UK time) so Aussie fans of Macca will have to hold steady until the songs hit streaming platforms. According to a statement, ‘I Don’t Know’ is a “plaintive soul-soothing ballad as only Paul can deliver” whilst ‘Come On To Me’ is a “raucous stomper that fans that first spark of chemistry into a rocking blaze.”

A post on McCartney’s official Instagram page reveals the album cover for the double A-side single, which will mark his first new output since 2013.

A title and release date for McCartney‘s follow up 2013’s  New have yet to be revealed, however, it is expected to see a release this fall. In a 2017 interview with BBC, McCartney revealed that he had been working with producer Greg Kurstin on what will be the new album.

According to star2Egypt Station is the rumoured title of his upcoming album, as McCartney took to Twitter to upload a video of palm trees swaying in the wind with sand in the background on his birthday.

Listen to Paul McCartney’s 2013 track ‘New’:

The article was originally published on Tone Deaf