Ringo Starr Announces ‘Cleverly-Named’ New Mini-Album, ‘EP3’
Ringo Starr is equipping to spread somewhat more love on the planet. The previous Beatles drummer and solo star uncovered throughout the end of the week that he has thought of the best title for the impending continuation of his 2012 Change the World EP. “[The] astutely named EP3, highlighting four fresh out of the box new tracks with long-lasting teammates Steve Lukather,
Linda Perry, Dave Koz, José Antonio Rodriguez, and Bruce Sugar” is expected out on Sept. 16 on CD and download, with tape and vinyl due out in the fall, as per an assertion reporting the venture that guarantees a portion of Ringo’s “quickly unmistakable vocals, lighthearted verses, and simple tunes.” I am in my studio composing and recording each opportunity I get,” Starr made sense of in a public statement.
“It’s what I have consistently finished and will proceed to do, and delivering EPs all the more regularly permits me to keep on being inventive and give every tune somewhat more love.” As a sneak look, Starr, 82, dropped the fun single “World Go Round,” a mid-beat rocker wherein the harmony and love-cherishing octopus nursery worker discusses how we are better off together rather than separate. “We can tolerate upping/We really want love/Hey/We all make the world work/You are in good company/We all make the world work” And he sings in the track’s splendid ensemble.