The Rolling Stones have issued a promotional trailer for their upcoming video release 'Sweet Summer Fun - Hyde Park Live.'
Posting to their official website Sept. 18 at RollingStones.com, “The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band” released the 42-second clip to promote the upcoming fall release of the concert film on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as CD and vinyl formats.
The trailer begins with The Stones 50th anniversary tongue logo backed by guitarist Keith Richards' opening licks to their 1981 classic hit "Start Me Up" and quickly pans to a montage of the band's performance over which frontman Mick Jagger comments," I never thought necessarily that we'd play Hyde Park again. It's a different feeling playing in your hometown."
The film chronicles the "Satisfaction" hitmakers momentous return to London's Hyde Park nearly 44 years to the day after their debut performance at the historic venue.
The DVD and Blu-ray include 16-tracks while the CD and vinyl formats include 19-track.
"Sweet Summer Fun - Hyde Park Live" is available for pre-order at RollingStones.com and will hit shelves Nov. 11.
Did you know? The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are honoring The Rolling Stones with an all-star tribute on Oct. 26 in Cleveland, Ohio at PlayhouseSquare’s State Theatre.