Paul McCartney showcases his singing chops in the upcoming episode of "Carpool Karaoke" on "The Late Show With James Corden."
The Beatles member also announced the release of his two new tracks.
In the teaser released for this week's episode of "Carpool Karaoke," host Corden is seen talking to McCartney on the phone. Corden tells the singer that he is in Liverpool and asks if they could meet each other. Of course, McCartney agrees.
A second scene shows McCartney driving his car while with Corden. The two sing The Beatles hit song "Rubber Soul." By the looks of it, McCartney and Corden will sing more than one song on "Carpool Karaoke." However, details are still being kept under wraps.
Paul McCartney Announces Two New Song Releases
In related news, McCartney confirmed that he would be releasing "I Don't Know" and "Come On to Me" on June 20. Both tracks will be included in McCartney's upcoming album, which will be released via Capitol Records.
Prior to the release of his songs, McCartney shared some details about both tracks.
"'I Don't Know' being a plaintive, soul-soothing ballad as only Paul can deliver, and 'Come On To Me' a raucous stomper that fans that first spark of chemistry into a rocking blaze," said McCartney.
Last year, McCartney also dished on his upcoming album and said that he has been working in the studio with producer Greg Kurstin. The album, whose title has not yet been unveiled, will serve as McCartney's follow-up to his 2013 compilation New.
Singer's Albums, Songs
New was the musician's first album to feature all his rock and pop compositions since his 2007 project Memory Almost Full. Some of his other albums are Ram, New, McCartney, Flowers in the Dirt, Tug of War, Abbey Road, Flaming Pie, Pipes of Peace, Off the Ground, Venus and Mars, Thrillington, and Kisses on the Bottom.
Some of McCartney's most popular songs are "Say Say Say," "FourFiveSeconds," "Band On the Run," "Maybe I'm Amazed," "Ebony & Ivory," "No More Lonely Nights," "Coming Up," "Live And Let Die," "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," "We All Stand Together," "All You Need Is Love," and more.
Prior to embarking on his solo career, McCartney was a member of the group The Beatles. He served as the bass guitarist and singer of the band for a couple of years. He and his fellow The Beatles member, John Lennon, were among the most successful songwriters in the post-war era.