The Rolling Stones share ‘Scarlet’ remix from The War on Drugs

The War on Drugs' frontman Adam Granduciel has remixed the track.

The Rolling Stones have shared a new version of their recent track ‘Scarlet’, remixed by  The War on Drugs.

The track, which features guitars from Jimmy Page, will feature on the band’s forthcoming expanded edition of their 1973 ‘Goats Head Soup’ album.

Its initial release was followed last week by a music video featuring Normal People‘s Paul Mescal.

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Now, they’ve shared a remix from The War on Drugs. Spearheaded by singer Adam Granduciel, it adds tempo to the track alongside a selection of new instrumentation.

You can listen to the new collaboration below.

 

The expanded edition of ‘Goats Head Soup’ will arrive on September 4, and feature 10 previously unreleased tracks and a full concert from 1973, the year of the album’s release.

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The band have already shared the unreleased outtake ‘Criss Cross’, with other tracks, including ‘Through The Lonely Nights’, ‘100 Years Ago’ and ‘Hide Your Love’, also set to come out.

The new reissue follows the band releasing ‘Living In A Ghost Town’ back in April, their first new song in eight years. The track was recorded during the coronavirus lockdown.

The Rolling Stones also recently warned Donald Trump to stop using their music at his rallies and events, threatening a lawsuit against him.

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