The Rolling Stones Share Unreleased Track ‘Criss Cross’

The Rolling Stones have shared a previously unreleased track called ‘Criss Cross’ as part of the newly announced upcoming reissue of their 1973 album Goats Head Soup. The song comes with an accompanying video directed by Diana Kunst. Check it out below.

The Goats Head Soup reissue will feature a new stereo mix of the original album, while the 4xLP box set edition will also include rarities and alternative mixes, as well as a live album called The Brussels Affair. In addition to ‘Criss Cross’, the reissue will also include two more unreleased tracks: ‘Scarlet’ and ‘All the Rage’. The 4CD boxset will also come with a 120 page book of rare photos & essays, plus four re-produced 1973 tour posters. You can read more about the new reissue, which comes out on September 4 via Polydor/Interscope/UMe, on the band’s website.

This is the first new material from the Rolling Stones since they shared, ‘Living In a Ghost Town’, their first new song since 2016, back in April. The group was ready to head out on a North American tour this spring and summer, which was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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