October 14, 2014

Paul McCartney: Destiny GameSong "Hope For The Future"


‘Hope For The Future’, a new song from Paul McCartney written for the computer game Destiny has popped put with little fanfare.

McCartney announced on Twitter two years ago that he was working on the project.
The song is no small budget production. The track was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London with a 120-piece orchestra conducted by Giles Martin, son of Sir George Martin, the Beatles producer.

McCartney composed 50 minutes of music for the computer game but despite the high profile artist and big budget production the song has remarkably small views of YouTube.
‘Destiny’ the game was released on September 9. 

‘Hope For The Future’ by Paul McCartney was released as a single through iTunes on September 26.

By Paul Cashmere

With many thanks to Noise 11

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