Watch Paul McCartney shares ‘Come On To Me’ video

Paul McCartney shares ‘Come On To Me’ video

It’s the latest visual from the ‘Egypt Station’ LP.

Paul McCartney has released a handful of videos recently for tracks from new album ‘Egypt Station’, from the black-and-white, Liverpool-based clip for ‘Fuh You’ to the ‘Back To Brazil’ clip in which he goes…well, back to Brazil, and he’s now shared another!

The new video, for ‘Come On To Me’, centres around security guard Fred “Little Freddie” Maxwell, who hijacks the in-store sound system at his work every night, and has a thoroughly lovely time while doing so.

Watch the clip and view Macca’s upcoming tour dates below, and read our interview with Macca about ‘Egypt Station’ and more here.

OCTOBER
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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