We usually associate November with cold foggy days, long dark evenings and time spent preparing for the Holidays. However, this month we're doing things a bit differently. We’re honouring all things 'Singles'; as we celebrate International Singles Day on November 11th whilst also marking 70 years of the UK's Official Singles Chart.
Paul's singles have made a big impact on the UK Official Singles Charts across many decades. From Wings' biggest UK chart hit ‘Mull of Kintyre’ (which became the first single to sell over two million copies nationwide) to 'Ebony and Ivory', Paul's 1982 collaboration with Stevie Wonder. Paul has spent more than ‘FourFiveSeconds’ on the charts with over 300 weeks in the top 40; it's hard to single out any release.
To celebrate this occasion, sit back and listen to a selection of Paul's singles across his 'Ever Present Past' in this month's 'Sticking Out of My Back Pocket' playlist on Spotify!
Let us know what your favourite Paul McCartney or Wings single is by sharing it with us on social media.