The Rolling Stones seem to have teased a pristine book – by way of hanging an ad in an area newspaper.
Enthusiasts are satisfied an innocuous-looking promotion for a pristine glass restore pack, featured within the Hackney Gazette, is if truth be told a touch of pristine paintings from the rock legends.
Representatives for The Rolling Stones – now that includes the core trio of Mick Jagger, Ronnie Timber and Keith Richards – are difference tight-lipped, however the clues are there.
The ad for “Hackney Diamonds” options lyrics from the band’s best-known hits and says the pack was once established in 1962, the generation they shaped. It additionally features a hyperlink to a website online which incorporates privateness phrases beneath the crowd’s song label Common.
If that is certainly a pristine Rolling Stones book, it will be the first since blues covers report Blue & Lonesome in 2016 and doubtlessly their first book of untouched song in nearly two decades – the utmost was once A Larger Bang in 2005.
It will even be their first with out drummer Charlie Watts, who died in 2021.
‘Don’t get indignant, get it mounted’
“Our friendly team promises you Satisfaction. When you say Gimme Shelter we’ll fix your Shattered windows,” says the ad, which featured within the newspaper’s 17 August version.
Name the telephone quantity at the advert and it takes you thru to a recorded message.
“Welcome to Hackney Diamonds, specialists in glass repair,” is the greeting from a male accentuation with a Cockney pronunciation. “Don’t get angry, get it fixed.”
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