Paul McCartney

Paul is interviewed in this week's NME, which is on the stands from today.

In the article Paul discusses the recording process and working with the four producers who helped put together his 'New' album; Paul Epworth, Ethan Johns, Giles Martin and Mark Ronson. The recording took around five months to complete over a period of eighteen months and included sessions in the producer's own studios as well as Abbey Road and Paul's Hog Hill Mill studio. The album has been mixed by Mark 'Spike' Stent. The article reveals the name of two of the tracks from the album; 'Alligator' and 'Save Us'.

Also published today is a story in The Sun, who name two more tracks; 'Everybody Out There' and 'Queenie Eye'. The Sun say, 'From what we've heard so far, Paul's decision to work with great young producers on his first original pop album in six years has paid off.'

Keep your eyes peeled for more information about Paul's 'New' album in the coming days…

Fans can pre-order their copy of 'New' now from iTunes and receive the title track straight away! To pre-order your copy click HERE!
 

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