Rolling Stones Rolling Back To Studio For New Album, Keith Richards Reveals

  • by: Alan Duke
Rolling Stones Rolling Back To Studio For New Album, Keith Richards Reveals

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The Rolling Stones have at least one more studio album left in them, Keith Richards said in an interview.

It's been a decade since they released A Bigger Bang in 2005, although they've been steady with the touring.

"Actually, I was in London last week, and the boys and I got together, and yeah, there are now definite plans to record," Richards told interviewer Jim Kerr during an IheartRadio ICONS event.

The boys -- currently Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood -- return to the road in a few months for a tour of South America. Presumably, the band would then start recording the long-anticipated album.

The 10-year gap is the longest the world has ever had to wait for a new Rolling Stones project.

Richards was on the iHeartRadio show to promote his new solo album titled Crosseyed Heart which hits iTunes and stores on Friday, September 18, 2015.

Can't wait? The click below to hear his song Trouble.

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