The Rolling Stones have announced plans for a new compilation album, a career-spanning retrospective titled Honk that will be available in an array of options, ranging from a single-CD edition to a deluxe three-CD set that includes a bonus CD of rare live performances.
The 10 live tracks, reports Rolling Stone, were recorded during the band’s stadium tours in recent years, and include appearances by such special guests as Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl (who appears on “Bitch”), Ed Sheeran (“Beast of Burden”), Brad Paisley (“Dead Flowers”) and Florence and the Machine’s Florence Welch (“Wild Horses”).
In advance of the album’s release next month, the band is sharing a special sneak peek at Welch joining the band for “Wild Horses”, which can be viewed on Apple Music.
Meanwhile, the band will launch the U.S. leg of its “No Filter” tour on April 20 in Miami Gardens, Florida, continuing through to the final date in Chicago on June 21. As a special treat for Canadian fans, the Stones will be performing on June 29 at Burl’s Creek Event Grounds in Oro-Medonte, Ontario, the only Canadian date on the tour.
In addition, RS reports that the band is currently in the midst of recording songs for their next studio album, the followup to 2016’s Blue & Lonesome.
Honk will be released on April 19; you can hear the entire performance of “Wild Horses” below: