The Rolling Stones have shared their Woman Gaga collaboration from their upcoming album, Hackney Diamonds. The brand new music additionally contains Stevie Surprise on Fender Rhodes, Moog and piano. Take a look at the brand new music, “Candy Sounds of Heaven,” which follows “Indignant,” under.
In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, Mick Jagger referred to as Woman Gaga “a very nice singer,” including that he had “by no means heard her sing fairly that fashion earlier than” when recording “Candy Sounds of Heaven.” Jagger continued, “We did it reside within the room, and that was an incredible expertise, her simply coming within the room and her simply opening up and seeing her bits and feeling her manner after which getting extra assured. After which we got here again after which did some additional elements that we hadn’t carried out on the day after which we did some tidying up and we have been simply within the overdub room, actually face-to-face, getting them actually tight, the elements actually tight, after which being barely aggressive and screaming.”
The brand new album, the Rolling Stones’ first LP of all authentic materials in 18 years, is out October 20 through Geffen. Along with Woman Gaga and Stevie Surprise, the album options contributions from Paul McCartney, Elton John, former Rolling Stones bassist Invoice Wyman, and the band’s late drummer Charlie Watts. “Indignant” debuted with a brand new video starring Sydney Sweeney. Hackney Diamonds follows the group’s 2016 blues covers album Blue & Lonesome.
Woman Gaga’s final single was the Academy Award–nominated High Gun: Maverick music “Maintain My Hand.” She’s set to star alongside Joaquin Phoenix in Todd Phillips’ Joker: Folie à Deux.