Hear Ringo Starr’s new song, “So Wrong For So Long”

The song is taken from Ringo’s 19th solo album, Give More Love

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Ringo Starr has shared a new track from his forthcoming solo album, Give More Love.

You can listen to “So Wrong For So Long” below.

Explaining the song’s genesis, Starr says, “Dave Stewart and I were going to go down to Nashville and do a country album there, so we thought we should write a few country songs for when we get there. The first one we wrote here in the house was called ‘So Wrong for So Long.’ Then I got offered another tour with the All Starr Band, and it was an offer I couldn’t resist. That’s how I ended up making another album at home and writing all kinds of songs with all kinds of friends – everybody giving more love, and just letting the music flow.”

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Give More Love, Starr’s 19th solo album, was recorded at his home studio in Los Angeles and comprises 10 new tracks featuring collaborations with friends including two with Paul McCartney: “We’re On The Road Again” and “Show Me The Way”.

Give More Love is released on Sepember 15.

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