Paul McCartney will deliver his third self-named solo collection in the not so distant future.
The Beatles frontman recorded McCartney III during lockdown, with the collection due for discharge on 11 December.
It is simply the third in his set of self-titled albums, following on from 1970’s McCartney and 1980’s McCartney II.
McCartney, 78, had recently said that he had no designs to deliver a album in 2020 yet began fleshing out some current melodic portrayals during lockdown.
He at that point added new tunes to the stripped-back, self-delivered solo work.
The album was recorded recently in Sussex, with McCartney saying of the chronicle cycle: “I was living lockdown life on my farm with my family and I would go to my studio every day.
“I had to do a little bit of work on some film music and that turned into the opening track and then when it was done I thought, ‘What will I do next?’… It was about making music for yourself rather than making music that has to do a job.”
A month ago, the vocalist opened up about reconnecting with individual Beatle John Lennon before his passing in 1980.
McCartney uncovered that he was glad to have rejoined with the late artist, and conceded that it would have “been a heartache” had they not done as such.
McCartney III will be released on 11 December.
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