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The Rolling Stones are coming back with the ‘Hackney Diamonds’ album, their first new studio album in 18 years



The Rolling Stones are coming back with the 'Hackney Diamonds' album, their first new studio album in 18 years

The Rolling Stones will soon release new music, so stop waiting. The Rolling Stones have revealed that “Hackney Diamonds,” their first studio album since 2005, will be released soon after years of rumors and an uncharacteristically overt teaser campaign that involved the group’s iconic logo being projected onto famous buildings in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, and other major cities.

At an event in East London’s Hackney district on Wednesday, the three group leaders, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ron Wood, will conduct a live interview with “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon. The host will exclusively stream the launch event around the world via YouTube.

The band revealed on Monday that they are getting ready to release “A Bigger Bang,” from 2005, which will be their first original music album in 18 years.

On Wednesday at 2:30 PM BST, 9:30 AM EST, and 6:30 AM PST, the event will be live-streamed exclusively on YouTube.

“Hackney may be at the heart of Hackney Diamonds, but this is a truly global moment we want to share with fans around the world via YouTube,” the Rolling Stones shared in a statement.

Following a mysterious teaser campaign in which the band’s recognizable mouth and tongue logo was projected onto the facade of significant landmarks in cities all over the world, including New York, London, and Paris, “Hackney Diamonds” was finally revealed.

The Stones’ new album is also their first since Charlie Watts, their drummer, died in 2021.

The band has been working on new music for many years, but “took a break” to record an album of blues standards that was published in 2016. At least one song is said to have Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, the two surviving Beatles, on it.

The album will be the group’s first release following the death of founding member Charlie Watts in 2021. Watts performed at nearly all of the Rolling Stones’s recorded songs and had participated in all but one of the band’s thousands of live performances since the group’s inception in 1962. Last November, the band went on tour with drummer Steve Jordan.

The Stones have continued to tour throughout the twenty-first century even though several of its members are in their seventies, with Mick Jagger still having practically all of his vocal and physical vigor on July 26. Following Watts’ passing, the group resumed its “No Filter” North American tour in the fall of 2021 following a pandemic-related delay. Last year, the band celebrated its 60th anniversary by embarking on a multi-date “Sixty” tour of Europe.

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