Rolling Stones to Release First New Record in Eighteen Years

This week, The Rolling Stones announced that October 20 will mark the release of their first new song compilation in nearly two decades. Hackney Diamonds will be the name of the album. The term refers to the broken glass that is frequently found on the streets of Hackney, a neighborhood of east London. For the announcement, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood—three of the band’s original members—flew to the old Hackney Empire theater. The Rolling Stones haven’t released an album since 2016, although they are still touring and playing live. There was nothing fresh on that recording.

 

The 80-year-old Jagger declared, “We are quite pleased,” with the new record. If “we hadn’t really liked it,” the group would not have put together a tape, he claimed. We declared that we had to record a record that we truly loved, and we sincerely hope you all enjoy it. This week saw the release of their debut song, Angry. However, Jagger claimed that the remaining songs aren’t hostile. The record, according to him, has “country, love, and ballad sounds.” The recently released album features tracks by Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga, Stevie Wonder, and Charlie Watts, the drummer from the Rolling Stones who passed away in 2021. In 2019, Watts recorded the audio for two songs. The other ten have Steve Jordan as their drummer.

 

Jagger remarked, “She came in beside me and we immediately started singing.” According to Wood, on one of the Beatles’ tracks, McCartney played the bass guitar. “It’s true that he was enjoying it.” In the 1960s, McCartney’s group was arguably the Rolling Stones’ greatest adversary. One of the fans that waited outside for the band to come was Taric Fioravanti. His native country is Brazil. He proclaimed, “I love these guys.” They have 80 years on them. By then, most bands have ceased to exist,” he continued. In 1962, the Rolling Stones were founded. They announced intentions to travel North America in 2024 after celebrating their 60th anniversary with a tour of Europe in 2022.

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