Rolling Stones unleash "Doom and Gloom" single - hear it here
The Rolling Stones have unveiled their brand-new single, "Doom and Gloom," the group's first new music in seven years and the precursor to their November album drop.
The iconic rockers' latest song, which was recorded in Paris and produced by longtime Stones producer Don Was, made its world premiere Thursday (10/11) on BBC Radio 2 and is currently available for download via iTunes.
The song's lyric video can be seen below.
"Doom and Gloom" marks the first single from the Stones' impending effort, 'GRRR! Greatest Hits," which hits retailers Nov. 13. Album pre-orders are available now, complete with a free, immediate download of the new single.
The Rolling Stones will celebrate another mid-November release: the Nov. 15 premiere of "Crossfire Hurricane," a rock-and-roll documentary directed by Brett Morgen and named after a line in the hit song "Jumpin' Jack Flash."
The movie, which will premiere simultaneously on HBO and in select theaters, chronicles the members' rise from teenagers to one of the biggest rock acts in music history, from Jagger and Richards' songwriting partnership and the demise of founding guitarist Brian Jones to the 1969 Altamont Festival experience and the group's latest world tour.
The band is also said to be planning some live performances, including shows in New York and London that could take place as soon as November.