Hear Paul McCartney and Elvis Costello’s previously unreleased demo for “Twenty Fine Fingers”

The track is taken from the forthcoming Flowers in The Dirt reissue

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Paul McCartney has shared a previously unreleased demo of “Twenty Fine Fingers“, one of the tracks he recorded with Elvis Costello in 1987 for Flowers In The Dirt.

You can hear the song below.


The demo for “Twenty Fine Fingers” is one of the rarities included in the forthcoming reissue of Flowers In The Dirt, which is available from March 24.

The Flowers In The Dirt reissue formats include a deluxe boxset which contains previously unreleased demos, unseen archival video, notebook of McCartney’s handwritten lyrics and notes, Linda McCartney Flowers In The Dirt exhibition catalogue, a 112-page hardcover book documenting the making of album and more.

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