London, Nov 20 : Sir Paul McCartney is set to release a new album, called 'Electric Arguments'. This is the third album made by the former Beatle and dance producer Youth - under the alias of The Fireman.
"I just totally trust him, throw everything in the book at him," BBC quoted McCartney, as saying about Youth.
The album, which is slated to release on November 24, has already received rave reviews from Rolling Stone and Uncut.
Of 'Electric Arguments', Macca previously said: "The Fireman takes your hand and takes you through the blaze to places you didn't know you wanted to go."
However, he told 6 Music's Sean Keaveny that the comments had not been entirely serious.
"When I get asked, I tend to say stupid stuff like that," Sir Paul said.
"You know, in some ways it is true - because if you haven't heard The Fireman, you won't know, then you might like it, and I think it sort of grows on you.
"In some ways it's true but I was just asked to make something up. It was ever so quick," he added.