The Beatles – Ringo Starr, 82, releases ‘positive’ new music video

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Sir Ringo Starr may be 82-years-old, but The Beatles legend shows no sign of stopping as he continues to pump out solo work over 50 years after the Fab Four split. His latest EP, titled EP3, features three new songs: World Go Round, Everyone And Everything, Let’s Be Friends and Free Your Soul. And as a special gift for Thanksgiving this week, the drumming legend has launched a new music video for the second track full of psychedelic imagery.

The sprightly Sir Ringo posted on Instagram enthusiastically: “I had so much fun making this record, and I love that the vinyl and this video for it are coming out as we head into Thanksgiving. As I’ve said before, every song on this EP relates to Peace and Love. And this track that Linda wrote for me has such a beautiful message, reminding us to be thankful, to be giving, to be more peace and loving. I feel we really captured the positive energy of the song in this video, it was so great working with Kii and I loved filming on the beach. I hope this brings everyone joy, peace and love as we start heading into the holidays.”

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The top comment on the video on YouTube read: “The fact that is man is 82, still making music, and looking well for 82 is just amazing. ”Another wrote on Instagram: “Does this guy never age? Hahaha God bless Ringo.”

Sir Ringo’s new track Everyone and Everything was honoured with the beach set music video to celebrate the release of the 10 inch vinyl and blue cassette versions of the  EP3. The song was written by Linda Perry and the video was shot by Kii Arens. 

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