The Rolling Stones share video for new single “Angry” from upcoming album ‘Hackney Diamonds’

The Rolling Stones share video for new single “Angry” from upcoming album ‘Hackney Diamonds’

UK rockers The Rolling Stones featuring frontman Mick Jagger along with guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood have unveiled their first new music in 18 years. The iconic rockers have released a video for their new single “Angry” from their upcoming studio album Hackney Diamonds, which will be available on October 20, 2023.

Track List for Hackney Diamonds:
01. Angry
02. Get Close
03. Depending On You
04. Bite My Head Off
05. Whole Wide World
06. Dreamy Skies
07. Mess It Up
08. Live By The Sword
09. Driving Me Too Hard
10. Tell Me Straight
11. Sweet Sounds of Heaven
12. Rolling Stone Blues

Wikipedia indicates the following in part about Hackney Diamonds (with slight edits): “The Rolling Stones last released a studio album in 2016 with the blues covers album Blue & Lonesome, which began with new material recorded with Don Was but stalled. The band’s last album of original material was A Bigger Bang in 2005, but they continued to record occasional tracks, such as “Doom and Gloom” and “One More Shot” for the compilation GRRR! in 2012 and the 2020 single “Living In A Ghost Town”. The group again recorded sessions for a new album starting in 2020, but these were interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Studio work in 2021 yielded several completed songs and further recordings in late 2022 and early 2023 with producer Andrew Watt included Paul McCartney playing bass guitar on new Stones music. In June 2023, former bassist Bill Wyman announced that he had recorded with the band for the first time in 30 years. Additional recordings with Elton John are expected to be on the release. These recordings include 2019 sessions that have the last studio work by Charlie Watts and the band’s first studio work with drummer Steve Jordan. Final recording for the album began in December 2022, with 23 total tracks finished in January 2023 and mixing done the following month.”

The Rolling Stones‘ “Angry” video: