The Rock band, The Rolling Stones have dropped their unreleased music video named ‘Criss Cross‘ directed by Diana Kunst. Watch the full video below.
On Thursday(9th July), the band has released the massive “Criss Cross.” The song is one of three unheard tracks featured on the group’s upcoming reissue of 1973 album “Goats Head Soup,” out Sept. 4.
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The remastered “Goats Head Soup” box set and deluxe editions will all feature 10 bonus tracks, including “Criss Cross,” the previously unheard “Scarlet,” featuring guitar by Jimmy Page, and a third newly unearthed song, “All The Rage.” All three songs were recorded more than 40 years ago but were never officially released until now.
The Rolling Stones Unreleased New Track ‘Criss Cross’
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On July 8th Yesterday, The Rolling Stone teased the track on Twitter with the caption, “Givin’ me a ⤫ CRISS CROSS ⤫ mind… tomorrow 2pm BST / 6am PST. Video directed by Diana Kunst.”
“Goats Head Soup” was the Stones’ 13th studio album in the U.S. and was their last collaboration with producer Jimmy Miller, the man responsible for Stones’ albums such as “Let It Bleed” (1969) and “Sticky Fingers” (1971).