Paul McCartney is as legendary as rock legends come. He co-founded the Beatles (maybe you've heard of 'em) and wrote and recorded groundbreaking music that is second to none in both artistry and success. But he wasn't just a musical innovator—Macca also invented the selfie and photo bomb. Instagram founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger have nothing on the Walrus, okay?

This, at least, according to Macca's hilarious visit to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on Monday. To promote his new album, the aptly-titled New, the Cute Beatle was a good sport and starred in three videos 1) a performance of the Beatles' classic "Lady Madonna" (because who wants to hear a New song anyways?) 2) a sit-down interview with Fallon about the aforementioned "inventions" in digital photography and social media, and 3) a fun skit in which Macca and Fallon accidentally swap vocal accents; Paul's impression of Fallon is spot-on!

Watch all three clips above and below. New drops October 15.