Rolling Stones Premiere Music Video for “Living in the Heart of Love,” from ‘Tattoo You’ 40th Anniversary Edition

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The Rolling Stones have dug deep into the vaults to release a new music video for “Living in the Heart of Love,” a previously unreleased track that is included in the upcoming 40th anniversary edition of 1981’s Tattoo You.

The song was first premiered with the announcement of the reissue, but this video is a fresh experience for fans of the English rockers — and a loving tribute to late drummer Charlie Watts, who passed away in August at the age of 80.

The video was filmed in Paris and directed by Charles Mehling and is starring Marguerite Thiam and Nailia Harzoune.

As previously detailed, the Tattoo You 40th anniversary set will be released on Oct. 22 in a variety of formats.

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The Stones’ 16th British and 18th American full-length album, Tattoo You featured a number of studio outtakes, most of them dating back to the 1970s — including “Start Me Up,” which would famously become one of the Rolling Stones’ most well-known songs over the years.

In terms of bonus material, the Deluxe editions of the release include Lost & Found: Rarities and Still Life: Wembley Stadium 1982. More on that, per a news release:

The Lost & Found disc contains no fewer than nine songs from the period of the album’s original release, newly completed and enhanced with additional vocals and guitar by the band. Among these, “Living In The Heart Of Love” is a quintessential Stones rock workout with all of the group on top form, complete with urgent guitar licks and fine piano detail.

Other highlights of Lost & Found include a killer version of “Shame, Shame, Shame,” first recorded in 1963 by one of the band’s blues heroes, Jimmy Reed; their reading of Dobie Gray’s soul gem “Drift Away;” and a fascinating reggae-tinged version of “Start Me Up.”

Still Life: Wembley Stadium 1982 is an unmissable memento of the band’s London show in June of that year on the Tattoo You tour. The mighty 26-track set is packed with Stones mega-hits, including an opening “Under My Thumb” and all-time greats such as “Let’s Spend The Night Together,” “Honky Tonk Women” and “Brown Sugar.”The Wembley show has covers of the Temptations’ “Just My Imagination,” Eddie Cochran’s “Twenty Flight Rock,” the Miracles’ “Going To A Go Go” and early rock ‘n’ roller the Big Bopper’s “Chantilly Lace.” It also features early live workouts for tracks from the then-new Tattoo You such as “Start Me Up,” “Neighbours,” “Little T&A” and “Hang Fire.”

In related news, the Rolling Stones are set to resume their U.S. No Filter Tour dates on Sept. 26 — with Steve Jordan behind the drum kit instead. Earlier this week, the band played a private gig for New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, the group’s first public appearance without Watts since his death, and Mick Jagger took the time to make a special, heartfelt toast to his late band mate and friend:

The tour dates, barring any further schedule adjustments:

26 – The Dome – ST. LOUIS, MO
30 – Bank of America Stadium – CHARLOTTE, NC


04 – Heinz Field – PITTSBURGH, PA
09 – Nissan Stadium – NASHVILLE, TN
13 – New Orleans Jazz Fest – NEW ORLEANS, LA – NEW
17 – SoFi Stadium – LOS ANGELES, CA – NEW
24 – U.S. Bank Stadium – MINNEAPOLIS, MN
29 – Raymond James Stadium – TAMPA, FL


02 – Cotton Bowl – DALLAS, TX
06 – Allegiant Stadium – LAS VEGAS, NV – NEW
11 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium ATLANTA, GA
15 – Ford Field DETROIT, MI
20 – Circuit of the Americas AUSTIN, TX

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