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The Rolling Stones join TikTok! Rockers finally create an official account on the video app

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The Rolling Stones join TikTok! Rockers finally create an official account on the video streaming app to share behind-the-scenes content and recordings with fans

They have been staples within the music industry for over six many years.

And The Rolling Stones are actually moving with the times, because the band have officially joined video streaming platform TikTok. 

The rockers are set to supply behind-the-scenes content from their live shows, alongside recent recordings and sounds with the page.

The Rolling Stones join TikTok! Rockers have finally created an official account on the video streaming app to share behind-the-scenes content and recordings with fans (Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger, Steve Jordan and Keith Richards pictured)

The Rolling Stones features Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and recent drummer Steve Jordan – following the death of drummer Charlie Watts, who passed away in 2021.

While they launched an official band account on Thursday, Mick also created his own personal one.

In his first video, the singer danced towards the camera as he told fans: ‘Hello, TikTok. We now have joined your world. You’ll be able to follow us @therollingstones and @jagger. 

‘So excited to see what you create with our music. Use #therollingstones so we will test it out!’

He's on! While they launched an official band account on Thursday, Mick also created his own personal one

He’s on! While they launched an official band account on Thursday, Mick also created his own personal one

Embracing it: In his first video, the singer danced towards the camera as he told fans: 'Hello, TikTok. We have joined your world. You can follow us @therollingstones and @jagger

Embracing it: In his first video, the singer danced towards the camera as he told fans: ‘Hello, TikTok. We now have joined your world. You’ll be able to follow us @therollingstones and @jagger

The entire band’s songs will now be available for users to make use of within the TikTok sounds library, while the streaming service are encouraging fans to create covers and remixes using #therollingstones. 

Fans were actually excited to see the band arrive on TikTok, taking to the comment section of their first video as one penned: ‘THE ROLLING STONES!! WELCOME TO STONESTOK’

‘WELCOME TO TIKTOK I LOVE YOU GUYS,’ wrote one other.

It’s nothing recent to guitarist Keith Richards, who joined the platform in December 2021 and boasts 85.5K followers.

Positive reaction: Fans were certainly excited to see the band arrive on TikTok, taking to the comment section of their first video as one penned: 'THE ROLLING STONES!! WELCOME TO STONESTOK'

Positive response: Fans were actually excited to see the band arrive on TikTok, taking to the comment section of their first video as one penned: ‘THE ROLLING STONES!! WELCOME TO STONESTOK’

It comes after the guitarist shared that recent music was ‘on its way’ as he shared a video to the streaming app and his Instagram.

In a belated Glad Latest 12 months message to fans, he said to the camera: ‘Hi guys, here we’re again.

‘Wishing you all a belated Glad Latest 12 months and there’s some recent music on its way and hopefully we’ll get to see you. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.’

Seasoned streamer: It's nothing new to guitarist Keith Richards, who joined the platform in December 2021 and boasts 85.5K followers

Seasoned streamer: It’s nothing recent to guitarist Keith Richards, who joined the platform in December 2021 and boasts 85.5K followers

Coming soon: It comes after the guitarist shared that new music was 'on its way' as he shared a video to the streaming app and his Instagram He said: 'Wishing you all a belated Happy New Year and there’s some new music on its way and hopefully we’ll get to see you. Let’s keep our fingers crossed'

Coming soon: It comes after the guitarist shared that recent music was ‘on its way’ as he shared a video to the streaming app and his Instagram

Late drummer Charlie is ready to feature on the band’s next album, Ronnie recently revealed.

The legendary rock group are working on their first LP of original songs for 18 years, and the 75-year-old guitarist-and-bassist said Charlie – who passed away in August 2021 on the age of 80 – will likely be heard on the eagerly-anticipated record, which is predicted to be released in 2023.

Ronnie spilled: “We’re recording the brand new album now and we’re going to LA in just a few weeks to hold it on and finish it off. Charlie is on a few of the tracks and drummer Steve Jordan.”

Latest sticksman Steve replaced Charlie on the drum kit for his or her 2022 ‘Sixty’ tour, which marked six many years of the band.

The brand new album will likely be the primary LP to feature recent compositions by singer Sir Mick Jagger and Keith since 2005’s ‘A Larger Bang’, although they did release single ‘Living in a Ghost Town’ in 2020.

Remembering: The band's late drummer Charlie Watts is set to feature on the band's next album, Ronnie recently revealed

Remembering: The band’s late drummer Charlie Watts is ready to feature on the band’s next album, Ronnie recently revealed

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