Paul McCartney Releases New Song GET ENOUGH
According to Billboard, Paul McCartney has released a new song today called GET ENOUGH. The single comes just four months after his latest album release, EGYPT STATION. The new song was co-produced by Paul McCartney, Ryan Tedder and Zach Skelton. Read more about the single from Billboard here!
Listen to the new track here:
Egypt Station is Paul's first solo album to enter the chart at #1. Since beginning a new and profound direction on his creative journey with the 1970 release of his debut solo album, McCartney, Paul has sold over 100 million albums and singles worldwide.
The 18-time GRAMMY® winner launched Egypt Station with an intimate show at New York City's Grand Central Station on September 7, which was live streamed as a YouTube Originals concert special. The previous evening, McCartney visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and performed his Top 10 AAA hit "Come On To Me."
Explaining the album's concept, Paul says, "I liked the words 'Egypt Station.'... I think of it as a dream location that the music emanates from." The title is taken from the piece of art featured on the cover, which Paul painted in 1988.
Egypt Station has won praise from critics around the world. In a four-star lead review, Rolling Stone said, "Macca keeps adding new gems to his songbook, with nothing to prove except he's the only genius who can do this... (And, oh yeah - in his spare time, he happens to still be the greatest live performer on Earth.)" London's Sunday Times, Q Magazine and MOJO also awarded the album four stars.
The New York Times' Jon Pareles observed, "McCartney contemplates mortality and pain while still trying to offer love and strength." TIME declared Egypt Station "Essential... a document of McCartney's spirit, which is still irrepressible more than five decades after the Beatles made their debut." NPR said, "This is his best album in maybe 20 years." People noted, "Egypt Station is a tour through the imagination of one of our greatest artists - what's not to love? It's a celebration of all the things that make McCartney great: hope, exuberance, open mindedness and sweet melody. These days, we need all of these more than ever."