Johnny Depp, Kate Moss, Meryl Streep star in new Paul McCartney video for 'Queenie Eye' Paul McCartney Tickets

The track is from the Beatles icon's recent album 'New'

Paul McCartney has unveiled the celebrity-packed video for his track 'Queenie Eye' – watch it above.

Johnny Depp, Kate Moss, Meryl Streep, Gary Barlow, James Cordon, Sean Penn and Tom Ford are just some of the famous faces appearing in the video.

The video was shot in London's iconic Abbey Road studios earlier this month and was directed by Simon Aboud. It shows a cast of celebrities reacting to hearing the track in different ways while Macca plays on.

'Queenie Eye' is the first video from McCartney's most recent album 'New', which was released on October 14 and 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.

Speaking about the track, McCartney recalled in a statement: "It came from a street game I use to play as a kid. Those kind of things always stick with you. I always liked the rhythm of the chant."

Scroll down to watch an exclusive behind the scenes video of the video's stars discussing appearing in the promo.

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