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Paul McCartney drops hint about new tour dates

It seems the former Beatle could be heading out on an international tour

By Charlotte Krol

Paul McCartney performs live wearing a burgundy jacket
Paul McCartney. (Picture: Wikimedia Commons/Raph_PH)

Paul McCartney has hinted that he might hit the road again.

The soloist and former Beatle shared a cryptic message on his social channels over the weekend encouraging fans to sign up to his mailing list with the promise of “news coming soon”.

“Got to get you into my life!” reads the post, which is a nod to the song from The Beatles‘ 1966 album Revolver.

The message is set against a blue sky with white clouds as the sound of an old-school radio tuning into a station plays out.

But, as highlighted by Billboard, the fact that Australian concerts giant Frontier Touring has also posted the video message is a big hint that McCartney will be touring internationally. The company produced McCartney’s 2017 stadium tour of Australia and New Zealand.

McCartney’s last live performance was when he headlined Glastonbury 2022.

The teaser follows the the musician saying last month that artificial intelligence has allowed him to create a “final” song by The Beatles, which will be released later this year.

McCartney spoke about the prospect during an interview with Radio 4’s Today Programme and explained how AI technology has enabled him to “extricate” the vocals of late Beatle John Lennon from an old demo in order to complete the song.

Though McCartney did not mention the song by name, it’s believed that the track will be one developed by Lennon in 1978 called ‘Now and Then’.