Mick Jagger has shared a preview of new song “Pride Before a Fall.” The lead singer and founding member of the Rolling Stones released a teaser video of himself performing the new song.
“It’s overweening, over eating, too much tweeting / And when my back is turned somebody will push you off the wall / And just remember that pride, it comes before a fall,” Jagger sings in the clip.
It appears that Jagger is taking a dig at President Donald Trump in the song, as he mentions “over eating” and “too much tweeting” in the lyrics.
Jagger posted the clip from his own social media, but it was also re-tweeted by the official Rolling Stones account.
Rolling Stones had to postpone their No Filter tour due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevertheless, in April, the band released “Living in a Ghost Town,” their first original song since 2012.
In July, the band released an expanded reissue of Goats Head Soup, which included three previously unreleased songs – “Criss Cross,” “All the Rage” and “Scarlet.”
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