The artist’s “Queenie Eye” features a pack of celebs.
The perks of having a music career of over 50 years is that everyone is interested in your next move. So interested, that they will probably agree to be part of your music video. Paul McCartney just released a new video for Queenie Eye, a song from his 24th solo album, New. A bunch of his famous friends joined him while he’s playing the piano. First off is Johnny Depp, humming the tune and lip-syncing in front of the piano. Then, model-turned-actress Lily Cole appears, casually tapping the piano. One by one, we see Tom Ford (looking dapper as ever in his signature Tom Ford sunglasses), Jude Law, Alice Eve, Merryl Streep, Sean Penn and Jeremy Irons dancing or singing along, and the final scene has Kate Moss sexily dancing in the middle of it all.
The 71 year old performer covers Rolling Stone magazine this month, and he told the mag that John Lennon still helps him with his music: “If I’m at a point where I go, ‘I’m not sure about this,’ I’ll throw it across the room to John. He’ll say, ‘You can’t go there, man.’ And I’ll say, ‘You’re quite right. How about this?’ ‘Yeah, that’s better.’ We’ll have a conversation. I don’t want to lose that,” he says, to everyone’s surprise.
Watch the video:
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