Paul McCartney has officially released an album that he recorded during his time in quarantine.
“McCartney III” is the former Beatle’s 18th solo album. The album was released on Friday and features 11 new songs.
The 78-year-old McCartney plays all instruments and sings all the vocals, just like his two previous eponymous solo albums, 1970’s “McCartney” and “McCartney II,” released in 1980.
In addition to the album, McCartney released the first music video from the project for the song “Find My Way.”
However, McCarthy’s old bandmate in the Beatles also has a quarantine record.
Ringo Starr announced a five-song record called “Zoom In” that features contributions from McCartney, Dave Grohl and Finneas.
On Tuesday, Starr, 80, released one song, “Here’s To The Nights,” It was written by songwriter Diane Warren.
The full album by the former drummer of the Beatles will be released by Universal next year.
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly listed the songwriters for “Here’s To the Nights.” The song was written by Diane Warren.