Rolling Stones Tease Release Of Song
The Rolling Stones are sharing another taste of the deluxe edition of 1973's Goats Head Soup on Thursday morning.
The band tweeted a seven-second video teaser on Twitter on Wednesday that is captioned: “Givin’ me a ⤫ CRISS CROSS ⤫ mind… tomorrow 2pm BST / 6am PST.”
Fans may recognize the track as “Criss Cross Man” or “Save Me,” recorded during the 1972-1973 sessions for Goats Head Soup but never officially released.
It said the track’s video was directed by Diana Kunst.
“CRISS CROSS," drops at 9 a.m. ET, follows the April release of “Living in a Ghost Town.”
The Stones were working on music for a new album when the COVID-19 lockdown began. They were forced to postpone their 15-city North American tour, including a May 12 date in Vancouver.
Givin’ me a ⤫ CRISS CROSS ⤫ mind… tomorrow 2pm BST / 6am PST. Video directed by Diana Kunst. pic.twitter.com/DRBrxjt9Nu— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) July 8, 2020
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