Watch the Rolling Stones release their first studio album in 18 years live at an event in London

Catch the Rolling Stones live as they launch their new album at an event in London on Wednesday 6th September.

Hackney Diamonds will be the British rock band’s first studio recording in 18 years.

Jimmy Fallon is expected to welcome Mick Jagger, 80, Keith Richards, 79, and Ron Wood, 76, to the Hackney Empire for the opening, with fans also in attendance.

The event comes shortly after a teaser campaign that saw the Rolling Stones’ instantly recognizable tongue logo projected onto iconic buildings in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and other major cities around the world.

Hackney Diamonds will be released almost two decades after their 2005 album, A bigger bang.

The group released another record, blue and lonelyin 2016 – but the blues-based album consisted of covers by artists like Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walter.

Expected details about the upcoming album, including a release date, are expected to be revealed upon release.

Emma Bowman

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