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Thursday, December 26, 2013
Photos: Paul McCartney posts New photo gallery to his official site

Today has published a New photo collection. The exclusive photos, taken by Paul's official tour photographer MJ Kim, collect together highlights from Paul's recent New album campaign, including photos of Paul on Hollywood Blvd. and in Times Square, and on with Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Howard Stern.

Monday, December 9, 2013
Paul McCartney's New to be released on vinyl

Paul McCartney's official website has announced that his New album will be released on 180 gram gatefold vinyl in the coming weeks. The vinyl release also comes with a digital download card. UK fans will be able to pick up their copy in stores and Amazon from Monday 9th December, US fans from Tuesday 17th December.

Friday, December 6, 2013
Paul McCartney: Something New to air on VH1 Classic

Paul McCartney: Something New, an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look into McCartney's creative life will air on Friday, December 13 at 9PM ET/PT on the VH1 Classic cable network. The special includes live and backstage footage shot around the world in 2013 and documents the creation of his recently-released album New.

Source: Artist Direct
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Behind-The-Scenes Video: Paul McCartney at the Graham Norton Show

Paul McCartney recently appeared on The Graham Norton Show to perform tracks from his New album. Paul also joined Graham, Katy Perry, Natalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth and James Corden on the couch for a chat. was on hand to film an exclusive behind-the-scenes video from the evening.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Paul McCartney promises 'Something New' for high-def TV special

Paul McCartney lets fans deeper into his creative life in a new one-hour television special Paul McCartney: Something NEW which debuts tomorrow, Thursday, December 5 at 9 p.m. EST on cable music network Palladia. It is expected to include exclusive live and backstage footage filmed during some of Paul's 2013 performances.

Source: Spin
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
McCartney's New voted fourth best album of 2013 by Rolling Stone

Paul McCartney's New album has been voted the fourth best of 2013 by Rolling Stone magazine. Rolling Stone say Paul "plays to his strengths, Wings-like glam rock, Little Richard howls and, yep, some remarkably Beatlesque pop tunes" and that Paul "engages 21st-century pop with sharp ears by bringing in young-gun producers."

Monday, December 2, 2013
McCartney's New album proves you can teach an old Beatle new tricks

Co-writing one of pop music's most enduring and revered catalogs is the achievement of a lifetime. But by accomplishing that before age 30, Paul McCartney was left with several decades to fill with music that would inevitably be compared to the Beatles. To his credit, McCartney is, at 71, still not content to bask in the glow of past glories.

Source: The Times-Picayune, New Orleans
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Paul McCartney's New still holds value for young listeners

With his Beatles years far behind him, Sir Paul McCartney has time and time again proved himself as an incredible solo artist. His latest album, New, was released on October 11, with amazing reviews. It is undoubtedly a work of art that proves that Mr. McCartney is a timeless artist who continues to create amazing music.

Source: Huffington Post
Friday, October 25, 2013
Video: Queenie Eye official video now online

The video for Queenie Eye from Paul McCartney's New album has premiered on VEVO. Filmed at Abbey Road earlier this month, the video sees Paul recording the track in what he thinks is an empty studio. As the song develops the studio starts to fill up with people all reacting in different ways to the song and Paul is completely unaware.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Video: Johnny Depp stars in Paul McCartney's Queenie Eye preview

Johnny Depp features in behind-the-scenes footage of Paul McCartney's latest music video Queenie Eye. The video now available on line, The Making of Queenie Eye, takes a look at how McCartney crafted his new music at Abbey Road Studios, and also includes appearances from Tom Ford, Meryl Streep and Chris Pine.

Source: Digital Spy
Paul McCartney New in Japan top 10 is first for any musician over 70

Who says Japanese people listen only to young, stylish J-pop and K-pop superstars? Paul McCartney has made it into the Japanese hit charts with his first album in six years, appropriately titled NEW, making it to number 2. This is the first time that a musician over 70 years old has broken into the Top 10 in Japan.

Source: Japan Daily Press
Inside Rolling Stone's new cover story about Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney has never dwelled in yesterday. On the release his 24th post-Beatles album, New, in a remarkably candid cover story in Rolling Stone on newsstands Friday, McCartney discusses the drive keeps him creating fresh music, as well as the memories of his Beatles bandmates that continue to shape his life today.

Source: Rolling Stone
Paul McCartney gives Chichester a nod

Paul McCartney gives the city of Chichester a name check on his latest album. The track On My Way To Work which includes the lyric "She came from Chichester." Chairman of the Chichester Society, Richard Childs, a Liverpudlian who went to the same school as John Lennon, said in his best scouse accent, "Macca's penned a cracker!"

Source: Chichester Observer
Friday, October 18, 2013
Video: Paul McCartney plays impromptu concert in Covent Garden

Paul McCartney has given an impromptu gig in Covent Garden in the west end of London during the lunchtime rush. McCartney sang five songs from his latest album, New, from a truck parked on the piazza to an assembled crowd of more than 2,000 fans. It follows a similar stunt in New York City's Times Square last week.

Source: BBC News
Audio Interview: The secret behind Paul McCartney's secret track

Paul McCartney has told how a secret track on his new album is about the difficulty he found in telling his now wife Nancy Shevell that he loved her. He told John Wilson on BBC Radio 4's Front Row how he realised he was too scared to say it, even though he could say the words in a song. You can now hear this interview online.

Source: BBC News

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