The co-lead vocalist and bassist of The Beatles, Paul McCartney announced the release date of his coming album ‘Flaming Pie‘, which is a part of an ongoing project ‘Paul McCartney Archive Collection.’
The Paul McCartney Archive Collection, which is an extensive album project of McCartney, has been on the making and releasing since 2010. The project, that aimed to remaster and reissue Paul McCartney’s solo songs together with the ones made when he was in the band Wings, also includes bonus rare tracks.
So far, six solo albums, six Wings albums, and one new Wings live album have been released under the project. On his latest posts on both Instagram and Twitter, McCartney shared a picture of him with his friend Jeff Lynne, whom he collaborated on various songs back then. Through this photo, McCartney announced that the new section of the project, ‘Flaming Pie’, will be reissued on 31st July.
Here is what was said on the latest posts of McCartney:
“Jeff Lynne and Paul at The Mill. Sussex, 1995.
‘Flaming Pie’, the next slice of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection, will be reissued on 31st July.”
You can see McCartney’s announcement below.
Jeff Lynne and Paul at The Mill. Sussex, 1995.
'Flaming Pie', the next slice of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection, will be reissued on 31st July. Pre-order your copy here: https://t.co/6YuId0MZNA #FlamingPie #ThrowbackThursday #TBT pic.twitter.com/FVoKFrLgDO
— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) July 16, 2020