Mick Jagger says they're as of now arranging next visit and uncovers another album could be in the pipeline.

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Moving Stones frontman Mick Jagger says the band have no arrangements to resign and that there's a whole other world to originate from the veteran rockers.

 

undefinedThey'll start a 15-date stadium voyage through the US beginning on May 24 in San Diego where they could play 1971 collection Sticky Fingers in its whole to stamp its May 26 re-discharge.

Jagger tells Rolling Stone: "I'm not considering retirement – I'm arranging the following arrangement of visits. We haven't done South America for a bit. We were gonna do it, however its sort of hard to assemble."

 

He says that a subsequent meet-up 2005's A Greater Strike could likewise be into the cards, and includes: "It would be extremely pleasant and I've got a great deal of new melodies I've composed throughout the last couple of years. I've done better than average demos for every one of them which I would love to record, so we should trust so."

Not long ago, the Stones issued a verse feature to go with a beforehand unreleased tackle exemplary track Wild Stallions from the Sticky Fingers reissu.