Paul McCartney released the ‘McCartney III’ album last week. This week, he spoke about COVID-19 protesters and the album.
COVID-19 has been the biggest disaster of 2020. The coronavirus, spreading from China, killed thousands, and made millions sick. Although states take measures to prevent the virus from spreading, some people describe these measures as ‘infringes of freedom’.
Paul McCartney: “Anti-Mask is Stupid Idea”
Paul McCartney spoke to CBS Morning Studio and expressed his thoughts on COVID-19 protesters. Paul McCartney stated that you did not even meet face to face with anyone during the pandemic. He said I don’t want to get sick and I don’t want anyone to be sick because of me.
Also, he has a message for anti-mask-wearers and lockdown protesters; “That is stupid.”McCartney, who was cautious even during the interview, gave the message that we must always protect our safety and health.
Paul McCartney’s thoughts on John Lennon
Paul McCartney also spoke about his old friend John Lennon, saying that he still misses him everyday and cries for him. Saying that 40 years have passed since the assassination, McCartney still hasn’t overcome the problem. “We were friends. That was one of the great things about it. I don’t know how I would have dealt with it. I don’t think I’ve dealt with it very well. I wouldn’t be surprised if a psychiatrist would sort of find out I was slightly in denial. Because it’s too much. ”
Paul McCartney’s New Album: ‘McCartney III’
McCartney released the last album of his solo album trilogy last week. He said the album process was not a “lockdown” for him, but a “rockdown”. The former Beatles member, who was devoted to his work during the pandemic, labeled the album as “the perfect return to his thirty-year series”.
You can listen to the “McCartney III” album below.