RollingStones.comThe Rolling Stones' new song, "One More Shot," debuted on British radio earlier today, and you can hear it online now. The tune is a driving mid-tempo rocker in which singer Mick Jagger implores the object of his affections to "give me one more shot" and "take me back."
Sonically, the song that tips its hat to various eras of The Stones, including a jangling guitar that harkens back the '60s and slashing riffs reminiscent of the band's 1970s and '80s classics. You can check out a lyric video for the song at RollingStones.com and at the group's official YouTube channel.
"One More Shot" and the previously released "Doom and Gloom" are the first new songs from The Stones since 2005. Both will appear on the band's forthcoming multi-disc GRRR! compilation, which hits stores on Tuesday.
That same day, The Rolling Stones will attend the U.S. theatrical premiere of Crossfire Hurricane, the new documentary chronicling the band's 50 years. The event takes place at 7 p.m. at New York City's famed Ziegfeld Theatre, the same movie house that hosted the U.S. debut of Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day concert flick.
Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will join director Brett Morgen at the screening of the movie, which traces The Stones' career from early London club gigs to the present day. Crossfire Hurricane features never-before-seen footage and new interviews with band members and boasts the most extensive participation by The Stones in any documentary made to date about the group.
If you don't have an invite to the screening, don't worry. Crossfire Hurricane gets its U.S. TV premiere on Thursday, November 15, at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.
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