Mick Jagger And Adam Granduciel Discuss Their Collaboration On ‘Scarlet’

The remix was released in celebration of the upcoming deluxe reissue of the 'Goats Head Soup' album which will be out on September 4th, featuring previously unheard tracks, demos, live performances, and more.

Mick Jagger And Adam Granduciel Discuss Their Collaboration On Scarlet Remix On Apple Music Radio - SurgeZirc UK
(Left) Mick Jagger, (Right) Adam Granduciel. / Pictures Courtesy of The Daily Beast and Philidelphia Inquirer.

The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger and The War on Drugs Adam Granduciel appeared on Apple Music Radio to talk about the remix of ‘Scarlet’ which was released earlier this month.

The remix was released in celebration of the upcoming deluxe reissue of the ‘Goats Head Soup’ album which will be out on September 4th, featuring previously unheard tracks, demos, live performances, and more.

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The Rolling Stones founder member took to Instagram to thank Adam Granduciel and the rest of the band for the track, he captioned the post: “Thanks to @thewarondrugs for their remix of Scarlet!”

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Previously Paul Mescal starred in the new music video of ‘Scarlet’ by The Rolling Stones, which was officially released on August 6th, 2020.

Now, ‘The Killers‘ are teaming up with the legendary rockers and Jacques Lu Cont for a new twist on ‘Scarlet’. The Rolling Stones announced the lineup via Twitter, revealing that the collaboration will be released on August 28th.

The interview on Apple Music Radio also touched on what was next for The Rolling Stones. Mick said: “The Stones were in the studio and we got some tracks that we hadn’t finished. So I’ve been trying to finish those and do the vocals and some other parts.”

Mick went on to say: “It’s been a bit difficult because, I mean, we haven’t really felt that we could really get together all in the same room since March.”

“I’m sure we’ll get together as soon as we can.” – Mick added.

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Mick Jagger also posted a short clip of the interview on social media, captioning it: “You can watch the full interview with me, @w1lko & Adam from @thewarondrugs on @applemusic and pre-add #GoatsHeadSoup2020 deluxe now! apple.co/GoatsHeadSoup.”

The Rolling Stones will also be opening their own flagship store on London’s Carnaby Street on September 9th, 2020.

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Dora
Dora
3 months ago

Not sure how I feel about the remix, let’s see what The Killers do with it 👌🏼

Shaun
Shaun
3 months ago

So awesome, can’t wait for the shop to open in London!

Phill
Phill
3 months ago

Rolling stones is my second favorite band, right after Sticky Finger!

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