J. Cole to release new documentary ‘Applying Pressure’

J. Cole is set to release a new documentary called Applying Pressure: The Off-Season Documentary, he has announced.

The rapper will release his new album ‘The Off-Season’ on Friday (May 14), the long-awaited follow-up to 2018’s ‘KOD’.

Cole announced the imminent arrival of the documentary on his social media accounts earlier today (May 9). “Applying Pressure,” he wrote. “The Off-Season Documentary. Dropping tomorrow at 1pm eastern [6pm BST, May 10].” As the title suggests, it will go behind-the-scenes on the new record.


He also showed a clip of the film, which shows the star in the studio, playing basketball and travelling. “This is the moment that a lot of your favourite rappers hit a crossroad,” he says in a voiceover.

“Are you OK with getting comfortable if you leave no stone unturned creatively? I thought a lot about that – ‘Nah, I’m not cool with that’.” Watch it above now.

Last week (May 7), Cole released a new track called ‘Interlude’. At the time of the song’s release, he told fans he had initially planned to share the whole album at the same time. “Sometimes you gotta say fuck it tho,” he said.

Late last year, Cole shared a picture of a notepad on Instagram that mapped out a pathway for what he dubbed “The Fall Off Era”, which shows ‘The Off-Season’ being followed by a project called ‘It’s A Boy’ and then, finally, ‘The Fall Off’.


‘The Fall Off’ was previously speculated to be the rapper’s next album, due to the final song on ‘KOD’ being titled ‘1985 (Intro To The Fall Off)’.

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Gemma Chan, Henry Golding and more join #StopAsianHate UK campaign

Gemma Chan, Henry Golding, Rina Sawayama and more stars have helped launch a #StopAsianHate campaign in the UK.

Hate crimes against Asian people in London in March 2020 rose by 179 per cent compared to March 2019, according to campaign group Besea.n. Data for the rest of the UK is less accurate but also points to similar increases.

A new campaign has now launched on GoFundMe to create the East and South East Asian (ESEA) Community Fund, which aims to “help uplift and protect” the ESEA community in the UK. Chan, Golding and Sawayama are joined in supporting it by the likes of The Matrix 4 star Jessica Henwick, Marvel actor Benedict Wong, musician Sinead Harnett, model, presenter and fashion designer Alexa Chung and more.

The fund will provide grants to grassroots community organisations, like Besea.n, End The Virus Of Racism, COVID Anti Racism Group and Kanlungan UK.

Speaking to the Observer, Chan said she was “deeply concerned and disturbed” by the rising rates of attacks on Asian people in London alone since the start of the pandemic. “Like many others, I worry for family members every time they leave the house or use public transport,” she said.

“My mum has worked for the NHS for most of her life. She and my dad have been followed and subjected to a number of verbal assaults since the beginning of the pandemic.”

On Instagram, Golding wrote: “Asian hate has been seeping into all parts of the world, not just America. In the UK especially we’ve seen the South and South East Asian communities being affected. Every donation you guys help raise will fund grassroots organisations creating real social change.

“Don’t be a bystander, we are more powerful in numbers. If you see an injustice being committed, do what you can to help the victim. So many times we see these attacks and people of all races turn a blind eye. You may as well side with the ignorant. Love and support each other, that’s the only way we are going to beat this.”

Like the US, the UK has seen a number of violent attacks on Asian people since the pandemic began last year. University lecturer Peng Wang was beaten while out jogging in Southampton and left needing treatment to his face and elbows, while a 26-year-old woman was the victim of another attack in Edinburgh last month, among many other incidents.

You can find more information about the UK #StopAsianHate campaign and donate to the ESEA Community Fund here. 

In March, Beabadoobee spoke about her experiences of racism as an Asian woman and the “terrifying” reality of the increase in hate crimes against Asian people in the UK in the last year.

“I am a woman and I am also Asian,” she said. “I could go out and get assaulted and also get beaten up because of my race. That’s a terrifying thought, but it’s the reality we’re living in right now. People need to be educated in what’s going on and on how to support the Asian community.”

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Eddie Vedder performs ‘Corduroy’ and calls for vaccine equality at Vax Live

Eddie Vedder performed two songs at Global Citizen’s Vax Live event, which was livestreamed this weekend, and called for vaccine equality.

The livestream concert featured pre-recorded sets from artists including the Pearl Jam frontman, Foo Fighters, Selena Gomez and more.

During his appearance, Vedder performed a version of the grunge band’s ‘Vitalogy’ classic ‘Corduroy’, as well as a cover of Little Steven’s ‘I Am A Patriot’. He was joined by a backing band that included ex-Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer. You can watch Vedder perform both tracks below now.


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The show took place at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium and was intended to encourage fans to get vaccinated against COVID-19. It was broadcast on YouTube globally and also aimed to raise money to help vaccinate over 27million healthcare workers around the world.

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Vedder used his time on stage to make a plea to governments worldwide. “If you’re a government, if you’re a world leader, and you have excess vaccine, please don’t stockpile,” he said. “Please make it available to the countries that need it. Please distribute it ASAP.

“And if you’re a drug company, we thank you for your inventions. If you really wanted to be heroes, if you want history to look back and smile upon you as heroes, it would be great if you could distribute this vaccine at cost and then you’d have a fair and equitable distribution system throughout the planet, and that’s how we will survive and conquer this pandemic.”


Elsewhere at Vax Live, Foo Fighters teamed up with Brian Johnson to cover AC/DC’s ‘Back In Black’.

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Wolf Alice announce new single ‘No Hard Feelings’

Wolf Alice have announced the release details for ‘No Hard Feelings’, their next single from their upcoming third album.

The band have previously shared the tracks ‘The Last Man On Earth’ and ‘Smile’ from ‘Blue Weekend’.

Now, they have confirmed on their social media accounts that ‘No Hard Feelings’ will arrive this week. The song will premiere on Tuesday (May 11) on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show New Music Daily at 5pm BST.


A music video will follow at 6pm BST on the same day. A clip of the visuals was revealed online and is set at night, partially at a bus stop similar to that seen on the cover of ‘Blue Weekend’. You can watch the preview below, which also features a snippet of the tender song.

Losing your love has been hard enough,” Ellie Rowsell sings in the clip. “Life can be short but life can be sweet/ No hard feelings, honey, the next time we meet.”

‘Blue Weekend’ was originally due for release on June 11 but was brought forward last week to June 4. “The vinyl has arrived & we’ve held it in our arms and let me tell u we r very proud parents,” the band wrote on social media. “We’re bringing the release date forward so put June 4th in ur diaries.”


Last Tuesday (May 4), they also gave the debut live performance of ‘Smile’ during an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. During an interview on the show, Rowsell said she was “bricking it” to return to live music this summer.

“But I can’t wait,” she added. “I miss all of our fans and I wanna see them, because it’s been far too long.”

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Watch Grimes join Elon Musk’s ‘SNL’ episode as Princess Peach

Grimes made an appearance on Elon Musk’s episode of Saturday Night Live last night (May 8), taking on the role of Super Mario character Princess Peach.

Musk, Grimes’ partner, was the guest host for the latest instalment of the long-running US comedy show.

In a sketch based in a courtroom, Musk played Wario and was accused of being responsible for the death of Mario. While SNL’s Mikey Day delivered a defence argument for Wario, Musk revealed a secret affair between Mario’s brother Luigi and his wife Princess Peach.


“I-a never touched him under the overalls,” Grimes’ Princess Peach protested. Watch the sketch in full below now.

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During Musk’s opening monologue, the tech billionaire revealed that he had been diagnosed with Asperger’s. “I’m actually… the first person with Asperger’s to host SNL – or at least the first to admit it,” he said at one point (former SNL cast member Dan Aykroyd hosted the show in 2003 and said he had mild Asperger’s).

“So I won’t make a lot of eye contact with the cast tonight. But don’t worry, I’m pretty good at running ‘human’ in emulation mode.”

He also shared his vision for the future, saying he believed in “a renewable energy future”. “I believe that humanity must become a multi-planetary, space-bearing civilisation,” he said. “Those seem like exciting goals, don’t they?

“Now, I think if I just posted that on Twitter, I’d be fine. But I also write things like, ‘69 days after 4/20 again haha.’”


Meanwhile, Musk’s appearance on the show was met with criticism from both fans of SNL and its cast members. Bowen Yang and Aidy Bryant both took to social media to share their feelings on his booking.

It was reported that the programme’s boss Lorne Michaels would allow cast members who were uncomfortable with Musk hosting the show to sit out the episode, although none appeared to take him up on the offer.

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BTS reveal first photo teaser for new single ‘Butter’

BTS have revealed the first photo teaser for their upcoming new single ‘Butter’, which will be released later this month.

The Korean group have been sharing a steady stream of teasers for the forthcoming track over the last week, including video clips featuring each individual member.

Now, the band’s label Big Hit Music have posted the first photo teaser for this comeback. It shows all seven members of BTS posing in suits in a red and mahogany room. You can see it below now.


It follows last week’s “concept clips”, which rounded off on Wednesday (May 5) with videos of V, Jimin and J-hope. In V’s teaser, he was seen dancing and eating sweets, while Jimin posed with a bottle of drink. J-hope’s clip, meanwhile, featured the rapper holding a yellow lollipop.

Previous videos saw Jin playing around with a bunch of yellow balloons with smiley faces on them while, in Suga’s clip, the rapper took photos with a film camera on a shadowy set.


Jungkook was filmed on a dimly lit set as he posed for the camera and spread butter on a piece of toast. The second video saw RM on a similar soundstage as he turned a light on and off.

The forthcoming single will be the second English-language release from the K-pop juggernauts following the release of ‘Dynamite’ last year. The new track will arrive on May 21 at 5am BST and is described in a statement as being “a dance pop track brimming with the smooth yet charismatic charm of BTS”.

‘Dynamite’ recently became the longest-charting single by a Korean artist on the Billboard Hot 100. BTS’ record surpassed a 31-week run by Psy in 2013 for ‘Gangnam Style’.

‘Dynamite’ also became the longest-running number one on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales Chart. It surpasses an achievement previously attained by Luis Fonsi’s ‘Despacito’, which topped the chart 17 times.

Last week (April 23), luxury brand Louis Vuitton announced BTS as its latest ambassadors with a picture of the group wearing matching Louis Vuitton-branded pastel shirts and jackets.

In a press release announcing the ambassador role, Louis Vuitton called BTS “one of the most renowned and influential groups in the world”. It added that the group’s “ubiquitous popularity resonates worldwide and Louis Vuitton is very happy to share news of their new role within the House.

“Becoming global brand ambassadors for Louis Vuitton is a truly exciting moment for us,” BTS said in their own statement.

As part of the new partnership, the boyband are expected to team up with the fashion house for a number of special projects. They are also expected to be styled with Louis Vuitton pieces for their upcoming appearances.

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The Game names Eminem and Drake among his Top 10 rappers alive

The Game has named his Top 10 rappers alive, a list that includes the likes of Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, JAY-Z and Drake.

On Friday (May 7), the ‘Hate It Or Love It’ rapper took to Twitter to share his list, making a point to exclude himself from it but adding he’ll “go bar for bar with anybody on the list”.

Best rapper lists have long sparked debate in the world of hip-hop, and even more so when it’s an MC sharing their own personal list; The Game’s has proved no different if the comments on his post are anything to go by.


The Compton rapper put JAY-Z and Nas in the top two spots, followed by Lil’ Wayne, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar. From six onwards the list gets interesting, with names like Snoop Dogg, Drake, J. Cole and OutKast‘s Andre 3000 all appearing.

The newest name on the list comes in at 10, with The Game opting to anoint Atlanta rapper Lil Baby as one of his “best rappers alive”.

You can see the list in full below:

Earlier this year, Justin Bieber got in on the action sharing his Top Five rappers of all time.

The singer, whose latest album ‘Justice’ arrived last week, shared his list while appearing on DJ Khaled‘s The First One podcast.


Bieber began by acknowledging the can of worms he was potentially opening, saying “You know, when you open this conversation there’s always room for, ‘Aw, he can’t believe this,’”.

“But… I would say, Lil Wayne, Biggie, Eminem, Kanye West and my favourite is Drizzy Drake.”

Last year, Eminem shared a list of his favourite rappers of all time, replying to a fan on Twitter.

YouTuber NoLifeShaq shared a tweet reading: “Who is the greatest rapper of all time,” with a video attached of himself DMing the same question to a host of rappers including Drake and Travis Scott.

In a surprise reply to the tweet, Eminem laid out his list, which includes 2Pac, JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar and more.

“For me, in no particular order…” Eminem wrote. “Toss up between wayne, pac, royce, jay, redman, treach, g. rap, biggie & king crook….”

He then added more names, tweeting: “Plus redman, LL, nas, joyner, kendrick, cole, andre, rakim, kane…”

Meanwhile, The Game has said that he would be willing to take part in a VERZUZ battle – but only if he was pitted against 50 Cent.

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The ‘Play Jaja Ding Dong’ guy to read out Iceland’s scores at Eurovision

Olaf Yohansson, known as the ‘Play Jaja Ding Dong’ guy and unlikely star of Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga, will read out Iceland’s results at 2021’s Eurovision Song Contest.

In Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams’ 2020 Netflix film, the pair performed the original song ‘Jaja Ding Dong’, and were consistently hounded to do so by Yohansson, a character played by Hannes Óli Ágústsson.

As revealed by Icelandic broadcaster RUV, Ágústsson will appear in character as Yohansson to read out Iceland’s scores for other countries during the ceremony.


See Ferrell and McAdams play ‘Jaja Ding Dong’ from Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga below:

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Following the cancellation of last year’s show due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, Eurovision 2020 will take place in Rotterdam, where it was due to be hosted in 2020.

Graham Norton will be returning to present the competition live on BBC One for the Grand Final on May 22.

Norton will be joined by Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden, who will act as Eurovision spokesperson in order to deliver the results decided by the UK professional jury vote.

The Eurovision semi-finals will be held on May 18 and 20, and are set to air on BBC Four. The shows will be hosted by Chelcee Grimes, Rylan Clark-Neal and Scott Mills who will be encouraging viewers to vote.


Eurovision organisers confirmed last month that all 41 competing artists will perform live and in-person this year. Executive supervisior Martin Österdahl said travel to Rotterdam was “necessary”, adding: “This isn’t a holiday trip, this is actually a job that needs to be done.”

3,500 fans will also be in attendance for the contest as part of the Dutch government’s trial for the safe resumption of live events.

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Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox share cover of The Prodigy’s ‘Firestarter’

King Crimson founder Robert Fripp and his wife, singer Toyah Willcox, have shared a cover of The Prodigy‘s ‘Firestarter’ – watch it below.

The pair launched their Sunday Lunch video series last year, sharing renditions of songs by Nirvana, David Bowie, Metallica, Billy Idol, The Rolling StonesJudas PriestGuns N’ Roses, ZZ TopAlice Cooper and more through Willcox’s YouTube channel.

Last week (May 2), the pair performed a version of Heart’s ‘Barracuda’ alongside “mysterious stranger” Sidney Jake on guitar, with Wilcox dressed up as a mermaid.


This week’s kitchen cover sees the couple take on The Prodigy’s ‘Firestarter’, with Wilcox dressed in a flaming red outfit and spiky hair in homage to late Prodigy frontman Keith Flint. They’re joined again by Sidney Jake, who is seen wearing a white shirt, grey waistcoat and his usual gold mask.

“The kitchen trio take it to the extreme this weekend – BE WARNED! Joined by the mysterious stranger Sidney Jake,” Willcox captioned the new video.

You can watch their latest cover below:

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Earlier this year, Fripp and Willcox covered Led Zeppelin’s 1971 classic ‘Black Dog’. They also shared a New Year’s message with their viewers in a separate video.

“For my 2021, I wish for an inclusive, equitable and compassionate society,” Fripp said in that clip. “And how I’m gonna get my wishes [is] by strapping on my guitar and rocking out like an uncontrollable fireball of rock fury.”


Willcox revealed in February that her Sunday Lockdown Lunch video series started because her husband, King Crimson‘s Robert Fripp, was having withdrawals from performing.

Last October, former King Crimson singer and bassist Gordon Haskell died aged 74. The late musician was asked by Fripp to join the band in 1970 following the departure of Greg Lake, their original vocalist.

Bill Rieflin, the former drummer of King Crimson, also passed away last year. He was 59 years old.

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Common teams up with Damian Marley for ‘What Do You Say (Move It Baby)’ remix

Common has recruited Damian Marley for a reggae remix of ‘What Do You Say (Move It Baby)’ – you can listen to it below.

The original version of the track features Los Angeles singer-songwriter PJ and appears on Common’s 2020 EP ‘A Beautiful Revolution (Pt.1)’.

“This remix took me to another place that I had never been musically,” Common said of the remix in a statement. “I’ve always been a fan of reggae music and dance hall, so to work with one of the greats has been inspiring.”


Marley added: “We know we’re in good company working with Common. Throughout the years his music has always been uplifting and he always has positive things to say, and that is a big part that we do in our music and our faith. We try to encourage people in the right direction. So we’re in good company and both work for a common cause in that respect. It’s been a pleasure.”

The ‘Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley Remix’ of ‘What Do You Say (Move It Baby)’ is accompanied by a visualisation created by Jamaican artist Bonito Thompson. You can watch it below.

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Speaking on ‘A Beautiful Revolution (Pt.1)’ last year, Common said: “It is music to uplift, heal, and inspire listeners dealing with racial injustices. It’s affirmation. It’s recognition. It’s elevation. It’s music to go with the movement. Because the truth is, there is still so much work to do”

In addition to making music and starring in films, Common had a busy year in 2020. With help from Alicia Keys, he launched a voting initiative called U2020 in a bid to encourage people to get out and vote ahead of last year’s US Presidential election.

He’s also been involved in coronavirus fundraisers and activism, Black Lives Matter, and racial justice protests, rallies, and discussion forums.


In June, Common joined protesters at a Kentucky rally to demand justice for Breonna Taylor.

He dedicated a poem to the ER technician, who was shot eight times by Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officers in March.

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Two more people join sexual abuse lawsuit against Bassnectar

Two more individuals have made allegations of sexual abuse against US DJ and producer Bassnectar, who is currently facing charges of human trafficking, sexual abuse of minors and the manufacture and possession of child pornography.

According to Rolling Stone, two women identified as Jenna and Jane Doe #1 have joined a pre-existing lawsuit filed in April against the musician – real name Lorin Ashton – and made similar allegations of sexual abuse and human trafficking. The lawsuit was reportedly amended last Friday (May 7) to include the new allegations.

In April, lawyers for Ashton denied the allegations in the lawsuit, which was filed on behalf of complainants identified as Rachel and Alexis. Ashton’s legal representatives again denied these new allegations in a statement to NME, asserting the producer’s innocence of “the offensive and demonstrably false allegations outlined in this outrageous lawsuit”.

“Bassnectar’s purported noble actions and reputation of being in service to some greater good were nothing more than a veil to mask his sinister desires and actions and a means to use his power and influence to groom and ultimately sexually victimize underage girls,” the lawsuit reads.

Jenna alleges she was first contacted by Ashton over Twitter when she was 16. A few months after first getting in contact, Ashton allegedly visited her home state of Pennsylvania and invited her to visit him at the Ritz Carlton hotel.

“Bassnectar instructed Jenna to meet him in his hotel room. Jenna, who was sixteen at the time, went to Bassnectar’s hotel room and met Bassnectar. Almost as soon as she walked into the room, Bassnectar started having sex with Jenna,” the lawsuit claims.

“Bassnectar did not use a condom. Bassnectar was thirty-four years old… Bassnectar provided Jenna with cash after they had sex.”

The two allegedly continued to see each other over the next three years, with the producer regularly flying her to his gigs. Once Jenna was no longer a minor, Ashton allegedly wanted to end things. The lawsuit also claims Ashton contacted Jenna when charges were first filed, to make sure she was “staying quiet”.

“For years since the abuse, Jenna has seen several therapists after suffering severe mental stress and anguish related to Bassnectar’s abusive and coercive behavior towards Jenna beginning when she was a minor. Jenna continues to suffer due to the trauma and continues to receive treatment,” the lawsuit claims.

The other accuser, Jane Doe #1, claims Ashton manipulated her into sending him sexually explicit photos while she was underage.

“Her parents became very protective of Jane Doe #1 while she was in high school and were understandably concerned about Jane Doe #1’s well-being. This became problematic for Bassnectar. In an attempt to find a way to have her parents back off, Bassnectar helped Jane Doe #1 craft a letter to her therapist about how she ‘feels trapped by her parents’,” the lawsuit claims.

“Even as Jane Doe #1 continued to deteriorate, Bassnectar selfishly prioritized his sexual desires over Jane Doe #1’s mental health.”

Kim Hodde and Mitchell Schuster, lawyers for Ashton, said in a statement to NME, “Lorin is completely innocent of the offensive and demonstrably false allegations outlined in this outrageous lawsuit.

“This litigation is nothing more than a shameless attempt to profit off of the important social movement against sexual exploitation. Fabricated claims like these are an appalling disservice to actual victims, whom Lorin and the entire Bassnectar team unwaveringly support.

“To be clear, the claims in the amended complaint – like those in the first version – are meritless and have been drafted to create a sensationalised and false narrative. We have every confidence that once these claims are actually tested under oath in a courtroom – rather than through the court of public opinion – Lorin will be fully exonerated. Out of respect for others, Lorin has resisted taking action while he has been vilified by these outlandish accusations, but he cannot sit idly by any longer. We will pursue every appropriate remedy to hold these opportunists accountable for the damage they have caused to Lorin’s life and reputation.”

For help, advice or more information regarding sexual harassment, assault and rape in the UK, visit the Rape Crisis charity website. In the US, visit RAINN.

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The Rolling Stones announce release of Copacabana Beach concert in full for first time

The Rolling Stones have announced they are releasing their Copacabana Beach concert in full for the first time.

The band’s historic performance in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil took place in front of the Copacabana Palace Hotel on February 8, 2006. With 1.5 million people in attendance, it’s one of the biggest free concerts in music history.

Now, the Stones are releasing the concert as a film for the first time, remixed, re-edited, and remastered. A Bigger Bang: Live On Copacabana Beach is set to arrive on July 9 on multiple formats, including DVD+2CD, SD BD+2CD, 2DVD+2CD Deluxe, 3LP (pressed on blue, yellow, and green vinyl), 3LP pressed on clear vinyl (exclusive to Sound Of Vinyl) and digital.


Released in conjunction with Mercury Studios, the band will release an early taste of the concert with a five-song digital EP. Due out May 28, it will include ‘Sympathy For The Devil’, ‘Wild Horses’, ‘You Got Me Rocking’, ‘Happy’ and ‘Rough Justice’.

Four of the five songs were recorded during the Copacabana Beach show, but the fifth – ‘Rough Justice’ – is from the band’s 2005 Salt Lake City concert video available in the Deluxe Edition.

In addition, Mercury Studios will release The Rolling Stones’ ‘Rain Fall Down (Live On Copacabana Beach) / Rough Justice (Live In Salt Lake City)’, a limited edition 10″ picture disc that will arrive as part of the first Record Store Day drops on June 12.

See the tracklisting for ‘A Bigger Bang: Live On Copacabana Beach’ below:

01. ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’
02. ‘It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)’
03. ‘You Got Me Rocking’
04. ‘Tumbling Dice’
05. ‘Oh No, Not You Again’
06. ‘Wild Horses’
07. ‘Rain Fall Down’
08. ‘Midnight Rambler’
09. ‘Night Time Is The Right Time’
10. ‘This Place Is Empty’
11. ‘Happy’
12. ‘Miss You’
13. ‘Rough Justice’
14. ‘Get Off My Cloud’
15. ‘Honky Tonk Women’
16. ‘Sympathy For The Devil’
17. ‘Start Me Up’
18. ‘Brown Sugar’
19. ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’
20. ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’


Salt Lake City (Bonus Show – Deluxe Versions Only)

01. ‘Start Me Up’
02. ‘You Got Me Rocking’
03. ‘She’s So Cold’
04. ‘Tumbling Dice’
05. ‘Rain Fall Down’
06. ‘It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)’
07. ‘Wild Horses’
08. ‘All Down The Line’
09. ‘Night Time Is The Right Time’
10. ‘Slipping Away’
11. ‘Infamy’
12. ‘Miss You’
13. ‘Rough Justice’
14. ‘Get Off Of My Cloud’
15. ‘Honky Tonk Women’
16. ‘Sympathy For The Devil’
17. ‘Brown Sugar’
18. ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’
19. ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’
20. ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’

Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones‘ Ronnie Wood has revealed that he battled cancer for a second time during the coronavirus lockdown.

The guitar icon was diagnosed with rare and aggressive small-cell cancer, but he has now been given the all-clear.

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