Ringo Starr is gearing as much as unfold slightly extra love on this planet. The previous Beatles drummer and solo star revealed over the weekend that he has give you the most effective title for the upcoming sequel to his 2012 Change the World EP.
“[The] cleverly-named EP3, that includes 4 brand-new tracks with longtime collaborators Steve Lukather, Linda Perry, Dave Koz, José Antonio Rodriguez, and Bruce Sugar” is due out on Sept. 16 on CD and obtain, with cassette and vinyl due out within the fall, in keeping with an announcement asserting the mission that guarantees a few of Ringo’s “instantly-recognizable vocals, feel-good lyrics, and easy-breezy melodies.”
“I’m in my studio writing and recording each probability I get,” Starr defined in a press launch. “It’s what I’ve at all times performed and can proceed to do, and releasing EPs extra ceaselessly permits me to proceed to be artistic and provides every track slightly extra love.”
As a sneak peek, Starr, 82, dropped the bouncy single “World Go Spherical,” a mid-tempo rocker through which the peace and love-loving octopus gardener talks about how we’re all on this collectively. “We are able to attempt to rise above/ It solely takes slightly love/ Hey, hey/ All of us make the world go ’spherical/ You’re not alone on this/ All of us make the world go ’spherical,” he sings on the observe’s optimistic refrain.
The brand new songs, which additionally embody “Everybody and Every part,” “Let’s Be Mates” and “Free Your Soul,” had been recorded at Starr’s Roccabella West dwelling studio.
Take heed to “World Go Spherical” under.