Now that’s what you call a walk down memory lane!
The former Beatle surprised fans when he reenacted the famous Abbey Road crossing from the group’s 1969 album.
The 76-year-old music sensation was spotted in London, England retaking the now historic walk across Abbey Road, just as he did with fellow Beatles George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon almost fifty years ago.
Lucky for fans who weren’t fortunate enough to witness the walk live, McCartney posted the nostalgia-filled video to his Instagram account (luckily his daughter Mary was there to film it!). 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.
Just over a month ago, McCartney announced that he will be releasing his 17th solo album titled Egypt Station. The record is set to be released on 7 September 2018.
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