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Paul McCartney asks fans for help with new video

Paul McCartney asks fans for help with new video

LITTLE HELP FROM HIS FRIENDS: McCartney is calling on fans to help with his new music video. Photo: Associated Press

Sir Paul McCartney is calling on fans to help with the making of a new promo video for his track “Save Us.”.

The Beatles legend launched an Instagram campaign in September ahead of the release of his latest album “New” in October, asking fans to send in pictures any time they saw the word “new.”

Following an overwhelming response, the veteran rocker has decided to use the same process to compile the video for his next single, asking fans to send in pictures of themselves holding up a sheet of lyrics from the song.

The most creative submission will be selected to appear in the clip.

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