Mick, Ronnie, Keith and Charlie teamed up on the new song // Some Rights Reserved
Unless you've been living in a cave today then you will know that the Rolling Stones have released their first new track in seven years. If you really do live in a cave, or if you work underground, then you are forgiven.
The new Rolling Stones track 'Doom and Gloom' is taken from the forthcoming greatest hits collection GRRR! (yes, another greatest hits album), and it sees a return to the classic Rolling Stones sound a la 'Jumping Jack Flash'.
The new album is out on 12th November, but if you preorder the album on iTunes, you get an instant download of 'Doom and Gloom'.
The way things were looking last year, it's a small miracle that anything has happened at all. First of all Ronnie Wood hinted at a reunion, then Mick Jagger denied it, then Keith Richards said that Mick wasn't very well endowed in the private parts.
But it's all been put to bed, and we have a new Rolling Stones song to listen to.
We want to know what you think of it. From a guitarist's point of view it has some pretty cool rock riffs in there, and some nice lead licks from Ronnie Wood. If you haven't heard it yet, or you want another listen, check it out below:
It's a pretty cool lyric video as well, something which is becoming a bit of an art form in the Youtube era.
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