Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The Rolling Stones will release a new album – Expressen

The Rolling Stones will release a new album.

Now confirm Keith Richards of the band is in the studio, writes the BBC – and the album is released later this year.

– We cut new material, he says to the site.

Last legendary rock band the Rolling Stones released an album was in 2005.

But now the group works with a new one, which original member Keith Richards, 72, confirms to the BBC.

– We are in the studio and cut new material, he says to the site.

Rolling Stones has eleven songs ready

Ronnie Wood, guitarist of the Rolling Stones, says while the band cut eleven songs in two days.

– It was a surprise for us. We had not planned it, he says, and continues:

– I wish you could hear them now. I am so excited over them.

The album will be composed of new material, and several blues covers.

– We did not repeat songs or anything. We just took a song that suited Mick’s voice or a guitar riff, and it was pretty good, says Ronnie Wood.

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Album later this year

the new album will be released sometime later this year, says Ronnie Wood told the BBC. Mick Jagger also confirms that there will be more shows in the coming months.

– It sounds really good. We had a session before Christmas. We learn to do more, says Mick Jagger to the site.

The Rolling Stones recently conducted a historic gig in Cuba, at the sports stadium Ciudad Deportivo in Havana.

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the music has been banned

in the past, the band’s music has been banned in the country, but the concert was another historic step towards a more liberal Cuba – in 1961 forbade Fidel Castro rock music.

the state record shops still refuse to sell “capitalist” rock music from the USA and the UK.

the concert was free and ABC estimated that there would be around 50,000 fans from several parts Cuba and other parts of the world.

– After the day I die. This was the kind my last wish, to see the Rolling Stones, said a 62-year fan since the BBC.

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