Paul McCartney has dropped his brand new track “Get Enough”.

The 76-year-old, who released his latest album Egypt Station four months ago, teamed up with Zach Skelton and One Republic’s Ryan Tedder for the heavily autotuned song.

McCartney unveiled the track on the same day he took to Twitter to wish his army of fans a very Happy New Year.

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The musician posted, “I hope everyone has a really brilliant New Year, with all the fab things they’ve hoped for coming true.”

“And I hope things work out on all the political fronts – that we get more peace than ever, people look after each other and we have a good time!”

McCartney’s post comes after he joined forces with Emma Stone for a special anti-bullying message in the music video for his track “Who Cares”.

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