A lovelorn young man wanders the streets of Liverpool, England in the new music video for “Fuh You,” the catchy lead single off Sir Paul McCartney’s recent solo album “Egypt Station.”
The black-and-white video (above) begins with two teens making out in the front yard, but when the girl’s mom spots them she puts the kibosh on their kissing. So, the kid takes off and spends the remainder of the video singing “Fuh You” and walking home through the increasingly rowdy working-class town, which happens to also be the birthplace of both McCartney and the Beatles.
When Paul returned to the Stern Show studio last week, he and Howard discussed an incredible array of subjects, including the formation of the Fab Four, how Paul penned some of his greatest tunes, and the meaning behind “Fuh You’s” lyrics. Paul also opened up about his childhood in Liverpool, including his early song writing efforts and his first encounter with John Lennon, who was then already busy writing songs of his own. “The thing is, you know, we weren’t trying to create a revolution,” Paul told Howard. “We were just kids from a poor area in Liverpool who wanted to make some money.”
Watch a clip from the interview (below) and listen to Paul’s whole sit-down with the King of All Media here.
Sir Paul McCartney’s “Egypt Station” is available now.