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