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On December 1, 2014, Paul McCartney was in London, at the Jam Yard Hotel, for a series of interviews to promote his single “Hope For The Future”. He talked to:
- The Guardian’s journalist Keith Stuart
- BBC Radio 2’s Dermot O’Leary,
- Lewis Corner, for Digital Spy
- ITV’s Good Morning Britain
- Australian Channel 7 program Sunrise (reporter Richard Arnold)
- An Italian journalist, for an Italian TV,
- A Japanese reporter – the interview would be used by Universal Japan to promote “Hope For The Future“.
Paul McCartney: I was intrigued by the intricacy of the music because in a game if you go one route a certain piece of the music plays,” he said. “I know from my kids and my grandkids, they just bury themselves in a game and I don’t think they’ve got time to listen to my music. Their agenda is pretty full with all the other stuff, you know, so I like the idea of infiltrating into their agenda.
Paul McCartney: I’m not very good at games. I’ve got so much else to be getting on with; I can’t have my face in a screen, you know, bopping along in a game. I had a go and it was great, but I got mashed almost instantly. The aliens mashed me.