The Rolling Stones Tease New Collection

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The Rolling Stones today (April 24) teased a new collection via their social media platforms. A 15-second clip on YouTube provided only the most basic clues as to what it could be.

As the clip begins, the sound of a needle hitting a vinyl record is heard, followed by the first 13 seconds of the band’s 1981 hit single, “Start Me Up.” At the same time, the graphic shows the Stones‘ familiar tongue and lips logo getting animated and then begin to spin as if on a turntable. We then see what certainly appears to be a boxed set, whose spine reveals 15 miniature Stones logos.

At the 11-second mark, the date “June 15” shows up.

Immediate speculation is that a 15-LP vinyl boxed set is coming on June 15, though nothing is showing up yet on online retail sites, hence the teaser campaign.

Watch the 15-second teaser

[On Tuesday (April 25), the news was announced. It’s now available to pre-order here in the U.S. and here in the U.K.]

The Stones begin the 2018 edition of their #NoFilter tour on May 17 in Dublin, the first of 14 scheduled dates.

The Rolling Stones 2018 No Filter Tour Dates (Tickets are available here)

May 17 – Dublin – Croke Park
May 22 – London – London Stadium
May 25 – London – London Stadium
May 29 – Southampton – St. Mary’s Stadium
Jun 02 – Coventry – Ricoh Stadium
Jun 05 – Manchester – Old Trafford Football Stadium
Jun 09 – Edinburgh – BT Murrayfield Stadium
Jun 15 – Cardiff – Principality Stadium
Jun 19 – Twickenham – Twickenham Stadium
Jun 22 – Berlin – Olympiastadion
Jun 26 – Marseille – Orange Velodrome
Jun 30 – Stuggart – Mercedes-Benz Arena
Jul 04 – Prague – Letnany Airport
Jul 08 – Warsaw – PGE Narodowy Stadium

Related: 100s of Classic Rock tour listings

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  1. Cap'n Hook
    #1 Cap'n Hook 25 April, 2018, 07:17

    ANOTHER collection? c’mon guys, enough is enough already!

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    • John Ryan
      John Ryan 25 April, 2018, 11:52

      I wish they would concentrate on adding new albums to their great body of work…that deals with whatever. Like…. Also more archival material from all eras

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