Watch Paul McCartney shares ‘Fuh You’ video and adds more US dates

Paul McCartney shares ‘Fuh You’ video and adds more US dates

The Freshen Up tour will continue through June 2019.

Paul McCartney released his new album ‘Egypt Station’ last week, and has now shared a new video for its recent single ‘Fuh You’.

The Ryan Tedder-produced track now has a new black-and-white clip that documents young love in the Beatle’s hometown of Liverpool.

Macca spoke to us recently - in an exclusive DIY interview - about working with the OneRepublic man on the single.

“There’s always a little thing that sparks these things off,” he said of the collaboration. ”It’s not like I’m going around, checking the internet for who to work with next. There’s always a little occurrence.

“So I’d been working with Greg [Kurstin] who’s the main producer. I had a couple of weeks off but I was itching to keep going. My manager said, why don’t you try someone else? I liked the idea of Ryan and I listened to [Beyoncé’s] ‘Halo’ that he was part of.”

Paul McCartney’s ‘Freshen Up’ tour for 2019 has also been extended, adding new US dates. He’ll play UK arena shows this December.

View the dates and watch the ‘Fuh You’ video below.

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SEPTEMBER
17 Quebec City, Videotron Centre
20 Montreal, Bell Centre
28 Winnipeg, Bell MTS Place
30 Edmonton, Rogers Place

OCTOBER
05 Austin, Austin City Limits
12 Austin, Austin City Limits
31 Tokyo, Tokyo Dome

NOVEMBER
01 Tokyo, Tokyo Dome
08 Nagoya, Nagoya Dome
30 Copenhagen, Royal Arena

DECEMBER
03 Krakow, Tauron Arena
05 Vienna, Stadthalle
06 Vienna, Stadthalle
12 Liverpool, Echo Arena
14 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
16 London, O2 Arena

MAY
23 New Orleans, Smoothie King Arena
27 Raleigh, PNC Arena
30 Greenville, Bon Secours Wellness Arena

JUNE
01 Lexington, Rupp Arena
03 Fort Wayne, Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
06 Madison, Kohl Center
11 Moline, TaxSlayer Center
26 Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena

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