Paul McCartney just keeps bringing it and the fans can’t get enough.
After announcing a month ago that he will be releasing new music in five years with a 17th solo album titled Egypt Station and an incredible guest spot on James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke, the former Beatle surprised fans Monday when he paid a visit to a particular road in London.
The 76-year-old music sensation was spotted reenacting the famous Abbey Road crossing from the group’s 1969 album, The Beatles.
McCartney retook the now historic walk across Abbey Lane, just as he did with fellow Beatles George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon almost fifty years ago.
Lucky for fans McCartney’s daughter Mary was there to film the historic do-over. McCartney posted the nostalgia-filled video to his Instagram account where he’s also seen striking a pose mid-crossing much to the crowd’s delight.
This time around McCartney was clad in maroon pants, a white button-up and a blazer slung over his shoulder, and unlike in the original, he also opted for some footwear.
Now that’s what you call a walk down memory lane!
New album 'Egypt Station' arriving 7th September featuring singles ‘I Don’t Know’ and ‘Come On To Me'. Pre-order HERE: https://t.co/OZdrm3ZVNV Full details HERE: https://t.co/w2s1tvfHNA #EgyptStation pic.twitter.com/x2C0ExH3oG
— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) June 20, 2018