THE ROLLING STONES Share The Music Video For ‘Mess it Up’ From Their Latest Album “Hackney Diamonds”

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Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood aren’t slowing down anytime soon. The Rolling Stones have now dropped a music video for ‘Mess It Up’ from their chart-topping album “Hackney Diamonds.” The clip stars British actor Nicholas Hoult who last week was confirmed by DC Studios CEO James Gunn to play Lex Luthor in the forthcoming “Superman: Legacy” movie. Buckle up, because the Stones are hitting the road again in 2024 and bringing their legendary tunes across North America.

‘Mess It Up’ is a glimpse into the energy that powers “Hackney Diamonds.” The 12-track record, their first since Charlie Watts‘ passing in 2021, marks a triumphant return of the Stones to the studio. Recorded in iconic locales like London’s Metropolis Studios and New York’s Electric Lady, the album boasts collaborations with Grammy-winning producer Andrew Watt and stunning artwork by Paulina Almira.

But the real magic lies in the music. “Hackney Diamonds” is a potent blend of classic Stones swagger and fresh grooves. From the electrifying ‘Mess It Up’ to the bluesy swagger of ‘Lucky Day,’ the album is a testament to their enduring creative spirit.

And the accolades speak for themselves. The album is on track to be the UK’s Christmas No. 1 album, already smashing vinyl sales records and claiming their 14th UK chart-topper, tying them with legends like The Beatles and Bruce Springsteen.

But the Stones aren’t content with just dominating the charts. Next spring and summer, they’ll be taking their “Stones Tour ’24 Hackney Diamonds” across 16 U.S. and Canadian cities, bringing their timeless hits and new gems like ‘Mess It Up’ directly to the fans. Imagine singing along to ‘Start Me Up’ under the open sky, or reliving the raw power of ‘Gimme Shelter’ with thousands of fellow rock enthusiasts.

Whether you’re a lifelong Stones devotee or just discovering their timeless energy, this is a tour you won’t want to miss. So grab your dancing shoes, and prepare to experience the Rolling Stones like never before. Because even with Lex Luthor in the wings, these rock ‘n’ roll kings are still ruling the kingdom.

For confirmed dates and to get tickets check HERE.


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