Watch: Paul McCartney perform single 'Come On to Me' on 'The Tonight Show'
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Paul McCartney continues to build anticipation ahead of his upcoming Freshen Up Tour and the release of his brand new studio album Egypt Station, which drops Friday via Capitol Records. The legendary British rocker made a return appearance Sept. 6 on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to perform the album's lead single “Come On to Me.”

Macca fans who missed the show can check out a stream posted on Sept. 7 via the official YouTube channel of “The Tonight Show.” The appearance comes ahead of a recently announced live concert in celebration of the album's release, which will take place Sept. 7 at a secret location in New York.

In a chat with host Jimmy Fallon, the 18-time Grammy winner hinted that the location for tonight's secret show might be at NYC's Grand Central Station in conjunction with the album's title Egypt Station. Fans will be able to stream the show live, starting at 8:00 p.m. ET via McCartney's YouTube channel.

"Come On to Me" was released as a double A-side single, backed by “I Don't Know” on June 20. The 18-time Grammy winner first debuted the song live, during a surprise appearance on June 9 in his hometown of Liverpool, UK, at the Philharmonic Pub. Fans can check out Sir Paul's “Tonight Show” performance of the song above.

Egypt Station is available in both a 16-track standard edition and an 18-track deluxe edition. The album features the latest single "Fuh You" and is available to purchase here in CD, digital, vinyl and streaming formats.

The ex-Beatle recently announced the first U.S. dates of his Freshen Up tour. The 2019 U.S. spring leg will kick off May 27 in Raleigh, NC., at PNC Arena wrap-up June 11 in Moline, IL, at TaxSlayer Center. Get Paul McCartney tickets now at AXS.

The “Hey Jude” hitmakers will launch his 2018 fall world tour on Sept. 17 in Quebec City, QC, at Videotron Centre and wrap up Dec. 16 in London at O2 Arena. For all the latest details on Paul McCartney, click here.