The Rolling Stones have shared a music video for their take on Little Walter's 1955 song "Hate To See You Go." The tune is the second single from their upcoming album, Blue & Lonesome. Watch it above, courtesy of the band's YouTube.
The video shows behind-the-scenes footage of the band from British Grove Studios, the band's recording studio, in West London. Also shown are random city life scenes of people from cities like Chicago and Manhattan.
The Stones stick true to the Checker Record Co. original, with Mick Jagger doing his best Little Walter impersonation on the harp. It's an upbeat number, and a great example of the blues style that influenced the band in their early years.
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Source: TheRollingStonesVEVO YouTube