If you've been waiting to buy Paul McCartney's new 'Hope for the Future' single -- or see him enter the world of 'Destiny,' the hit video game for which it was composed and recorded -- today's your lucky day.
Few of us were able to witness Paul McCartney's historic, venue-closing concert at San Francisco's Candlestick Park in August, but now anyone with a newish Android phone can experience part of the show as if they were right there.
Due Nov. 18, the Paul McCartney tribute album 'The Art of McCartney' collects more than 40 covers of songs originally recorded by the former Beatle, including a new version of the classic 'Let It Be' performed by Pretenders leader Chrissie Hynde.
He's spent 2014 making touring history, debuting his first video game musical score, and renewing his plea for everyone to stop eating so much meat, yet somewhere in the midst of all that activity, Paul McCartney also found time to add a new chapter to a long British holiday tradition.
More than two years after Paul McCartney revealed that he was working on music for 'Destiny,' a highly anticipated new video game from Bungie, the developers of the hit 'Halo' series, you can finally wrap your ears around the results.