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Paul McCartney Kicks Off New Year With New Single Get Enough

Thursday, 03 January 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Paul McCartney has dropped a new single.

Get Enough is the first new material to emerge from the veteran singer-songwriter since the arrival of his new album, 'Egypt Station', in September.

The track finds the former Beatle nostalgic about a previous relationship. "There was a time when we walked by the docks, I told you I'd need you all of my life," run the opening lines. The vocals are uncharacteristically autotuned, while the musical backdrop consists of the usual rousing guitar and keys we've come to expect from McCartney.

Paul McCartney Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu May 23 2019 - NEW ORLEANS Louisiana - Smoothie King Center (USA)
Mon May 27 2019 - RALEIGH North Carolina - PNC Arena (USA)
Thu May 30 2019 - GREENVILLE South Carolina - Bon Secours Wellness Arena (USA)
Sat June 01 2019 - LEXINGTON Kentucky - Rupp Arena (USA)
Mon June 03 2019 - FORT WAYNE Indiana - Allen County Memorial Coliseum (USA)
Thu June 06 2019 - MADISON Wisconsin - Kohl Center (USA)
Sat June 08 2019 - GREEN BAY Wisconsin - Lambeau Field (USA)
Tue June 11 2019 - MOLINE Illinois - TaxSlayer Center (USA)
Fri June 14 2019 - ARLINGTON Texas - Globe Life Park (USA)
Sat June 22 2019 - SAN DIEGO California - Petco Park (USA)
Wed June 26 2019 - PHOENIX Arizona - Talking Stick Resort Arena (USA)
Wed July 10 2019 - SAN JOSE California - SAP Center (USA)
Sat July 13 2019 - LOS ANGELES California - Dodger Stadium (USA)

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