Ten years after A Bigger Bang , Keith Richards has announced that its partners register with the 25th studio album of the British by the end of training the year before the South American tour in early 2016.
Keith Richards is not Santa, but plans to offer a nice gift to fans of the Rolling Stones for the end celebrations year. Interviewed by The Sunday Times in its edition of November 1, the guitarist of 71 years said he would do everything to recover quickly the leg up to his companions to compose a new album, ten years after his last trial A Bigger Bang , published in 2005. “Before Christmas,” he has even specified.
The Rolling Stones are more motivated than ever to the idea of recording again, further explained the musician. Discussions so rife around the 25th studio album. And Keith Richards seems to have taken hold of the agenda: composition and studio before Christmas passage in April, he hoped for the return of the tour awaits them in South America early 2016.
This next album so would break ten years of discographic silence, after the release of A Bigger Bang . Since, the Rolling Stones continued to develop their tubes but had set aside the composition. Their latest releases thus consisted of live albums, reissues and compilations, such as Shine a Light in 2008 (on the sidelines of the release of the eponymous film by Scorsese) or GRRR! in 2012, released on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the British rock band.