Mick Jagger will be taking part in a chat leading up to the Rolling Stones' premiere of its latest video for “Scarlet.” The newly discovered 1974 track features Jimmy Page on lead guitar and will be featured on the upcoming deluxe edition of the band's Goats Head Soup collection set for September 4th.
A message was posted on the Stones social media stating: Join Mick Jagger & Paul Mescal for an exclusive chat at 2 pm ET (on Thursday) on YouTube right before the official video for 'Scarlet' premieres! Set a reminder & tune in here: https://the-rolling-stones.lnk.to/ScarletOfficialVideoSo
Mick Jagger says that due to the fact that rock is among the oldest genres in popular music, new artists have to fight harder to break new ground as the decades roll on: “I mean, the only thing is, it's been going longer as a musical form, so rock music as defined by . . . so, four blokes playing in a band was quite new in the early-'60s. So, the whole idea of a form — the form is old now. So it's two — how many generations, two, three generations? So, it's like an old thing being handed down now. So, I don't know. It's probably difficult to make such a splash as it was for that reason.”