The Rolling Stones Share Videos For ‘Hate To See You Go’ & ‘Paint It Black’

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The Rolling Stones have a pair of new releases on the horizon as the legendary rockers will issue a studio album and a live album/concert film in the coming days. Two official videos – one from each of the releases – have been shared by the band.

The Stones are set to issue their first new studio LP a decade, Blue & Lonesome, via Interscope Records on December 2. The “back to the blues” LP produced by Don Was and The Glimmer Twins includes 12 covers of songs made famous by iconic bluesman like Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Eddie Taylor, Little Walter and Howlin’ Wolf. They previously released audio for the Little Walter cut “Hate To See You Go” and have now posted a video for the song showcasing scenes from the recording studio, watch it here:

This Friday, November 11 The Stones will put out a live album/concert film Havana Moon chronicling the free concert held in Havana Cuba in March at Ciudad Deportiva. The momentous event drew a crowd of over 700,000 people inside the venue with over 500,000 assembled outside. Available in a variety of packages including DVD+2CD, Blu-ray+2CD, DVD+3LP and a special Deluxe Edition, here’s footage of “Paint It Black” from the historic concert: