Paul McCartney hints at the release of McCartney III. It’ll complete a trilogy first started in 1970.
Paul has begun teasing the impending announcement of McCartney III, a new full-length solo record from the ex-Beatle. The album will complete a trilogy of self-titled records that he started recording before The Beatles split up.
The first, simply titled McCartney, was released in 1970. It was followed a decade later with 1980’s McCartney II. Both of these albums were recorded at home and featured additional vocals from his late wife Linda. Fans have now started to receive hints that a third release is on the way, thanks to a number of ‘three’-themed teases. A series of surprise animations began to appear on Spotify when users play songs from McCartney and McCartney II on the service’s mobile app, an animation of a die thrown onto the images of the album covers, with three dots facing upwards plays.
You can see the Paul’s social media accounts with a series of images which were accompanied by three die emojis.
Speaking to GQ earlier this year, McCartney confirmed that he had been recording during lockdown: “I’ve been able to write and get into music, starting songs, finishing songs,” he said. “I’ve had a few little things to write and it’s given me the time to finish some songs that I hadn’t found the time to get around to.”
También se ha afirmado que el nombre de dominio mccartneyiii.com fue registrado en agosto por CSC Corporate Domains, que resulta ser la misma empresa que registró anteriormente paulmccartney.com y flaming-pie.com para la reedición del álbum de Paul de 1997 a principios de este año. año.
The album will be the follow-up to 2018’s Egypt Station, Paul’s 17th post-Beatles release.