Paul McCartney’s New Climate Change Song Hits the Mark

BY ON September 18, 2018

Paul McCartney's Egypt Station album cover

Paul McCartney’s new album, Egypt Station captured our hearts with a relevant song about climate change. The title of the song says it all, Despite Repeated Warning.

In an interview with the BBC, Paul says,

“People who deny climate change…I just think it’s the most stupid thing ever. So I just wanted to make a song that would talk about that and basically say, ‘Occasionally, we’ve got a mad captain sailing this boat we’re all on and he is just going to take us to the iceberg [despite] being warned it’s not a cool idea.'”

The album rose to the No. 1 spot on Billboard 200 last week with an important message from the Beatle who co-wrote the 1966 hit Yellow Submarine: “This submarine we’re all living in might never resurface if we don’t do something to rein in emissions.”

 

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TOPICS: Climate Change