Paul McCartney reveals 'New' lyric video - watch Paul McCartney Tickets

See a video for Mark Ronson produced-track now

Paul McCartney has revealed the lyric video for his new Mark Ronson-produced single 'New'.

The lyric video follows the full tracklisting to his new album, also titled 'New', detailing which songs the different producers on the album have worked on which was unveiled last week.

The album features production from Mark Ronson, Paul Epworth and Ethan Johns, who has previously worked with Kings Of Leon and Laura Marling. Long-term McCartney collaborator Giles Martin also features on the album's production credits. Scroll down to see the full details now.

Speaking to NME earlier this year, McCartney revealed that he found David Bowie's recent comeback inspiring. However, McCartney also explained that 'The Next Day' didn't inspire him directly when he was making 'New'. "By the time he'd released it I was a year into my album, so it wasn't a factor. I'm just in a very positive mood," McCartney said.

McCartney released his last studio album, 'Kisses On The Bottom', in February 2012.

The tracklisting and details for 'New' are as follows:

'Save Us' (produced by Paul Epworth)
'Alligator' (produced by Mark Ronson)
'On My Way to Work' (produced by Giles Martin)
'Queenie Eye' (produced by Paul Epworth)
'Early Days' (produced by Ethan Johns)
'New' (produced by Mark Ronson)
'Appreciate' (produced by Giles Martin)
'Everybody Out There' (produced by Giles Martin)
'Hosanna' (produced by Ethan Johns)
'I Can Bet' (produced by Giles Martin)
'Looking At Her' (produced by Giles Martin)
'Road' (produced by Giles Martin)


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