Paul McCartney may have something to say about Donald Trump on his forthcoming untitled album, according to the Liverpool Echo.
During a visit to students at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts last week, the paper reports that McCartney told the students, “Sometimes the situation in the world is so crazy, that you’ve got to address it.” The Liverpool Echo says the song he’s written will pertain to President Trump.
He didn’t elaborate further on the song according to the report, but given some other recent comments he has made, Trump and his followers probably won’t be a fan of the song. In an interview with the Australian newspaper the Daily Telegraph published at the beginning of July, he told writer Cameron Adams, “I’m not a fan at all. He’s unleashed a kind of violent prejudice that is sometimes latent among people.”
The list of musicians who have sung or tweeted opposition to Trump includes Fiona, Death Cab For Cutie, Roger Waters, Joan Baez, Carole King, London Wainwright III, Billy Bragg and Lady Gaga.