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‘Hackney Diamonds,’ The Rolling Stones’ First Studio Album In 18 Years, Is Released

Following quite a while of hypothesis and a surprisingly unsubtle secret mission that saw the gathering’s famous logo projected onto notable designs in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and other significant refers to, the Drifters have reported the impending arrival of “Hackney Precious stones,” their most memorable studio collection starting around 2005.

All relevant information will be reported Wednesday at an occasion in the Hackney locale of East London on Wednesday, where the gathering’s three chiefs, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood, will be consulted live by “This evening Show” have Jimmy Fallon. The send off occasion will be facilitated by and transferred solely overall by means of YouTube.

“Hackney might be at the core of Hackney Precious stones, yet this is a really worldwide second we need to impart to fans all over the planet through YouTube,” the gathering said in a proclamation Monday.

The group has been making new music for a long time, but they “took a break” from it in 2016 to make an album of blues standards, and at least one song has been said to feature the two surviving Beatles members, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney.

The collection will be the gathering’s most memorable delivery since the 2021 demise of Charlie Watts, an establishing part who had played every one of the band’s large number of shows with the exception of one, and practically every recorded tune, since the Drifters shaped in 1962. The gathering visited the previous fall with drummer Steve Jordan.

The Stones have continued to tour throughout the 21st century even as their members reach their eighties. Despite turning 80 on July 26, Jagger maintains nearly his full vocal and physical energy. After a pandemic-prompted delay, the gathering continued its “No Channel” North American visit in the fall of 2021, soon after Watts’ passing, and went through a multi-date “Sixty” visit through Europe last year, noticing the band’s 60th commemoration.

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