ROLLING STONES. The legendary Rolling Stones group confirms the upcoming release of a new studio album, the first since 2005.

End of suspense for fans of the legendary Rolling Stones: the group confirms its return with Hackney Diamonds, a new studio album, the first in almost two decades. “New album, new music, new era”, promise Mick Jagger and his band in several videos posted on their social networks, ending several days of speculation around the world, generated by the deployment of a well-known advertising campaign. run-in.

A few days ago, on August 24, a strange advertisement appeared in a British gazette alluding to a few Rolling Stones hits. On Friday, September 1, on its Twitter account, a message posted by the group announced “a new era of the Stones, all over the world”, indicating a website on which appeared a countdown corresponding to the release date of the highly anticipated album. in question: this Wednesday, September 6.

Another website, which offered fans a chance to “hear a snippet of the new song,” dubbed Don’t Get Angry With Me, mischievously displayed a “500 Error” page, leaving little chance that it was is really a bug of the page. Finally, the Rolling Stones will present their new album live on American television, with the famous host Jimmy Fallon. The sequence will be available in livestream, on YouTube.

The Hackney Diamonds disc will therefore be the first unreleased studio album for the Rolling Stones to appear since 2005 and A Bigger Bang. In 2016, the band led by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards released Blues