Paul McCartney advises One Direction to ignore Beatles comparisons
The legendary musician, who encountered similar scenes of hysteria as the boyband with The Fab Four in the 1960s, told ITV’s Daybreak that ‘the next Beatles’ label isn’t particularly healthy for any new act:
“There are so many bands who all get called 'the next Beatles'. Suddenly it puts an awful lot of pressure on them to be the next Beatles.
However, the 69-year-old admitted that he was impressed with the ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ stars’ achievements across the Atlantic, adding: "They're doing well in America. It's good - good luck, lads."
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