The Rolling Stones for the first time in eight years released a song and dedicated it to pandemic

British rock band the Rolling Stones released a new song called Living in a Ghost Town for the first time in eight years. Musicians dedicated single pandemic coronavirus, the clip posted in the Youtube channel of the group.

the Song was written last year, but it finished only now. The final version of the artists have modified in conditions of isolation. The footage can be seen the deserted streets of London, attractions, and shows a deserted subway.

As noted by vocalist Mick Jagger on his Twitter page, the lyrics of the song resonates with those conditions in which now there were people. “We recorded the new music in the Studio to quarantine, and it seemed to us that one song echoes the circumstances in which we live today. We worked on it in isolation, is called “Living in a Ghost Town”. We hope you will like it,” wrote Jagger.

Earlier, world stars, including in particular was The Rolling Stones, took part in an eight-hour charity concert in support of all who are struggling with the coronavirus. Billy Iles, Taylor swift, Paul McCartney, Celine Dion, Alicia Keys, Stevie wonder, Camilla Cabello and many others spoke in support of the doctors. The artists gathered almost $ 128 million. They will be sent to the development of medical institutions.