Currently preparing for the 2019 Freshen Up U.S. Tour, Paul McCartney decides to serve up a new record for the beginning of 2019. Specifically, the 76-year-old Beatles legend is following up 2018’s Egypt Station LP with the one-off release of a song dubbed “Get Enough.”
Produced by multi-talented OneRepublic singer-songwriter Ryan Tedder, Zach Skelton and McCartney himself, “Get Enough” finds its iconic creator experimenting with Auto-Tune. Notably, “Get Enough” was written by both McCartney and Tedder, who also worked on Egypt Station‘s “Fuh You” record.
“It was a time we were all full of hope / Saw the future burning bright / As we watched the moon rollin’ out to sea / Do you remember?” McCartney sings. “But those days are erased from my mind / Yeah, I’ve left all those old days behind / But still I remember your face forever, forever.”
You can check out Paul McCartney’s “Get Enough” above.
This past September, McCartney opened up about denying Kanye West’s offer to produce Egypt Station.