Rolling Stones Unveil First New Album Since 2005, Honoring Late Drummer Charlie Watts

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In an outburst of thrilling anticipation and a spectrum of emotions, the iconic rock-and-roll band, The Rolling Stones, have pulled the curtain aside on their first album full of never-before-heard material since 2005. The album marks their premier project since the tragic passing of their legendary drummer, Charlie Watts.

The album, bearing the title ‘Hackney Diamonds’, is poised to pump fresh blood into the veins of the music industry with its 12 compelling tracks. These songs are slated to rendezvous with the world come the 20th of October, setting alight the musical calendars of countless fans worldwide.

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To the delight of many, the news was relayed to a sea of awaiting fans by the venerable trio themselves – Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Sir Mick Jagger. The announcement was made in a spirited event located in Hackney. However, there was more to their surprise than just an announcement. Taking the excitement up several notches, they treated their fans to a live performance of their new single ‘Angry’, setting the stage for what promises to be an electrifying musical odyssey.