The Rolling Stones will release a brand new single this week

'Doom And Gloom' will be available to buy on Thursday (October 11)

The Rolling Stones will release a brand new single this week

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The Rolling Stones are set to release a brand new single, 'Doom And Gloom', on Thursday (October 11).

The song will receive its first airplay at 8.15am (BST) on BBC Radio 2 and will then be available to download.

The track is taken from the legendary band's forthcoming 'GRRR!' greatest hits album, and was recorded in Paris and produced by Don Was. The Paris session was the first time Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood had been in the studio together in seven years.

'GRRR!' comes out on November 12, and features one more new song, called 'One More Shot', alongside a host of the band's classic tracks.

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards recently revealed that the band have been booked to play live shows in London and New York.

In an interview with Q magazine, Richards let slip that they had booked a run of shows in both the UK and the US – although he didn't reveal when the dates would take place.

He said: "We've got some shows in London, I believe, and in New York, but I really can't talk about any of that at the moment. They've put the gag on me on this. You can hint!"

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