Paul McCartney's New Album To Drop In September

'Egypt Station' arrives September 7th

June 20, 2018

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After causing quite the confusion on social media, Paul McCartney has finally announced his next album.

The new album, Egypt Station, drops September 7th and will feature the singles "Come On To Me" and "I Don't Know."

In his two new songs, McCartney's voice sounds absolutely incredible. "Come On To Me" is a sexy upbeat soon-to-be hit, with lyrics like, "I don't think I can wait like I'm supposed to do/How soon can we arrange a formal introduction?/We need to find a place, where we can be alone/To spend some special time without an interruption."

"I Don't Know," the slower, more emotional of the two, includes the lyrics, "Will I see trouble at every turn?/I've got so many lessons to learn/What am I doing wrong?/I don't know/What's the matter with me?/Am I right?/Am I wrong?/Now I've started to see/I must try to be strong."

Prior to the announcement of the album, some of the artist's recent clues include small tidbits of graphics and ambient noises. See them for yourself below.

While gearing up for his new album, McCartney has been spending time doing some early promotion, including a ride with James Corden for Carpool Karaoke.

McCartney's last studio album, New, came out in 2013.