Paul McCartney takes a stand against bullying in new video 'Who Cares' with Emma Stone
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Paul McCartney takes aim at bullies in a new music video for “Who Cares,” which features “The Amazing Spider-man” star Emma Stone. The song is from the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's 17th studio album Egypt Station, which dropped Sept. 7 via Capitol Records.

The legendary British rocker unveiled the clip on Dec. 17 via Facebook and other social media after wrapping up his 2018 touring year with a star-studded performance on Sunday in London. The 18-time Grammy winner initially premiered the "Who Cares" video on Dec. 16 in Los Angeles at The Beverly Hills Fine Arts Theatre.

In conjunction with the video's release, the “Hey Jude” hitmaker also launched the anti-bullying campaign #WhoCaresIDo, based upon the video and the song's lyrics. Fans can check out Macca's Brantley Gutierrez and Ryan Heffington directed "Who Cares" video here exclusively via Apple Music and catch a live version of the song above.

“My hope is that if there are kids being bullied, writes Sir Paul in a statement posted at his official Paul McCartney website. “Maybe by listening to this song and watching this video, they might just think it’s not as bad.”

The ex-Beatle recently stirred up memories of Beatlemania at his final 2018 tour stop on Dec. 16 in London at The O2. The beloved pop-rocker was joined for a rousing rendition of his Beatle smash “Get Back” by former bandmate Ringo Starr, as well as by Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood.

Macca will take some well-deserved time off before re-launching his Freshen Up Tour on March 20 in Santiago, Chile, at National Stadium. The beloved pop-rocker will make a triumphant return to the U.S. for a spring leg, which kicks off May 23 in New Orleans at Smoothie King Arena. Grab you Paul McCartney tickets now at AXS. For the latest details on Paul McCartney, click here.