Paul McCartney's new music video is all about love young.
On Monday (September 17), the iconic musician released the visual for his song "Back to Brazil." The track, which appears on the former Beatles bandmate's latest studio album Egypt Station, tells the story of two lovers trying to save and salvage their romance.
The tropical video depicts a young woman falling head over heels for a handsome suitor who wines and dines her, only to leave her hanging when he's called into work a night shift. In an act of fearless ambition, she finds herself at a McCartney concert, where the 76-year-old invites her to the stage to dance — it's a life-changing moment that brings the torn lovers back into each other's arms.
The visualization comes on the heels of McCartney's scoring his first No. 1 album in 36 years as his 18th record bowed atop the Billboard 200 chart a week after its release on September 7. Egypt Station sold a reported 153,000 units in its first week (ending September 13), 147,000 of which were in traditional album sales.
McCartney's last chart-topper as a solo artist was with Tug of War, which released in 1982. To support his most recent offering, the "Fuh You" crooner has launched his "Freshen Up" tour — and he'll be playing his first show in Ontario, Canada tonight!
You can find more tour dates here.
Photo: YouTube/Paul McCartney