Rolling Stones Release Song That May Become Anthem Of Self-Isolation
Written by Huffingtonpost on April 23, 2020
NEW YORK (AP) — The Rolling Stones have unveiled a brand new tune the band thinks is ideal for these coronavirus occasions.
The legendary band launched the four-minute slow-burning bluesy and harmonica-driven “Residing in a Ghost City” on Thursday.
“I’m a ghost/ Residing in a ghost city/ You may search for me/ However I can’t be discovered,” sings frontman Mick Jagger, who wrote it with guitarist Keith Richards.
The band defined that the tune was one they had been engaged on earlier than the worldwide lockdown and so they determined to revisit it in isolation, pondering it “would resonate by the occasions that we’re dwelling in proper now.”
The lyrics do definitely sound well timed: “I’m going nowhere/Shut up on their own/A lot time to lose/Simply watching my cellphone.”
The Stones’ not too long ago joined forces remotely to carry out “You Can’t All the time Get What You Need” for the “One World: Collectively At House,” live performance.
Different musicians who’ve recorded coronavirus-related songs embrace Twenty One Pilots, who launched a brand new standalone single, “Degree of Concern.”
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