Paul McCartney is urging fans to see things his way as he clarifies prior comments on the usage of artificial intelligence on what is being touted as the “final” Beatles track.

“Been great to see such an exciting response to our forthcoming Beatles project,” McCartney stated in a post shared across all of his social media sites. Nobody is more enthusiastic than we are to share something with you later this year.”

“We’ve seen some confusion and speculation about it,” the statement said. There appears to be a lot of guesswork out there. I can’t say much more at this point, but to be clear, nothing has been manufactured unnaturally or synthetically. It’s all real, and we’re all playing with it. We cleaned up some old recordings, a process that has been ongoing for years.”

Finally, he said, “We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.” More news to follow – Paul.”

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As a result of this news, it is clear that nothing was “artificially” or “synthetically” manufactured for the tune and that all of the instrumentation and vocals are real. This undoubtedly puts all Beatles fans’ minds at ease, as their anxiety about a half-baked song was quite justified.

Paul McCartney, who recently turned 81, is fresh off the “Got Back” tour (his first post-pandemic), which took him across the United States in 2022. It concluded with a headline performance at the Glastonbury festival in 2022, which had been planned for years. He’s also been working in the studio, releasing McCartney III, the third installment in the trilogy following 1970’s McCartney and 1980’s McCartney II. The newest album also received a remix album, named McCartney III Imagined, which included collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers, Beck, and Anderson.Paak.


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