For Beatles singer Sir Paul McCartney, making music is what helps relieves his tensions. The 64-year-old who is in between a nasty divorce battle with estranged wife Heather Mills insisted that his music is not affected by his personal life.
"I don't see it as anything to do with my personal circumstances," Contactmusic quoted McCartney, as saying. The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose latest album, 'Memory Almost Full', was released this week revealed that music is an 'escape' for him, and works as a 'therapy' for his worries.
"It's actually the opposite.
For me, music is an escape.
It always has been," he said. "You're in a bad mood or have an argument, you go off in a corner and write a song.
It's a form of therapy," he added.