Paul McCartney has revealed that his new album will be called ‘Kisses On The Bottom’.
Following reports in The Sun that the LP’s title had been leaked online, representatives for the singer have confirmed that ‘Kisses On The Bottom’ is the name of the new record from the Beatles legend.
It was announced in December that McCartney, who reportedly doubled his earnings in 2011 to make £29 million, will release a new studio album featuring covers of some of his favourites songs, as well as two new compositions, on February 6 next year.
You can hear the first single from the album – a collaboration with Eric Clapton called ‘My Valentine’ – by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking.
Yesterday (January 1), Paul McCartney hit out at bands who play live using backing tapes and vowed to never rely on them during his own gigs.
Pick up this week’s special Beatles anniversary issue of NME, which tells the inside story of how the band were rejected at their first audition for a record contract 50 years ago – widely thought to be the worst decision in the history of the music industry. The issue is on UK newsstands and available digitally now.