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The Rolling Stones’ long-awaited first album of original songs in 18 years may be imminent, as the band teases the new single on a rarely working website.
On Saturday, the Stones’ social media accounts were linked to website for a track titled “Don’t Be Angry with Me” (or “Angry”), giving fans the opportunity to “listen to a snippet of the new song.” However, after several attempts to load the snippet – “The site reports heavy traffic” – the website eventually loads an “Error 500” page, which may be intentional given the song’s title:
Fans once again flocked to the Stones’ social media pages, complaining that the snippet was not loading. In response, social media users responded, saying: “Oh, don’t get mad at me.” However, at least one fan was able to get past the error screen and was greeted with a 15-second clip of the new song:
In late August, the Rolling Stones announced the imminent arrival of their new album, their first since 2016’s Blues Album. Lonely blueAnd the first collection of original music since 2005 Bigger explosion – In local British newspapers via an advertisement for Hackney Diamonds. “Our friendly team promises satisfaction. When you say ‘Give me shelter, we’ll fix your broken windows,'” the ad read, citing the title of three Stones classics:
The Stones have been producing new music over the past few years, releasing a new song called “Living in a Ghost Town” in April 2020. In a 2021 interview with Los Angeles TimesKeith Richards said the band could have finished a new album had the pandemic not interrupted things, while Mick Jagger added: “We’ve done a lot of tracks, so when the tour is over, we’ll take stock of where we stand with that and move on.”
Richards said last March Rolling Stone The new Stones project will include some final sessions with drummer Charlie Watts (who died in August 2021) but will also feature contributions from Watts’ direct replacement, Steve Jordan. In addition, in Instagram “There’s some new music on the way,” said Richards, who was shared in the video in January.
It was also revealed earlier this year that the Stones had enlisted Beatle Paul McCartney to play bass on at least one track, with the band putting together the album in a studio in Los Angeles with producer Andrew Watt; However, rumors that Ringo Starr also participated in the session were denied.
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