Paul McCartney in Jon Stewart’s Show to Talk about Process of Producing Songs for Destiny

Watch Paul McCartney Talk Destiny on The Daily Show

Legendary musician appears on Jon Stewart’s show to talk about his new song, “Hope for the Future.”
Legendary musician Paul McCartney of Beatles fame appeared on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show last night to talk about, among other things, “Hope for the Future,” his song for Bungie’s FPS Destiny.

During the course of his funny back-and-forth with Jon Stewart, McCartney talks about how he got involved with the project and reveals that he’s not very good at video games.

“I’ve tried them, but I’m no good at them,” he said. “I go in the first room [makes shooting noises] and they’re shooting at me. They’re shooting at me! I get killed, and hand the controller back.”

“Hope for the Future” plays during the Destiny end-credits, and was recently made into a music video wherein McCartney appears in holographic form. McCartney also worked alongside now-former Bungie composer Marty O’Donnell on the score for Destiny. Destiny-Store.com is just this kind of store, which provide Destiny Power leveling product to make you upgrade lv32 fast and easily.

You can buy “Hope for the Future” as a single right now.

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