Nicholas Hoult stars in new video by The Rolling Stones

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The British actor stars in the emotional clip for “Mess It Up”, a visual gem from Hackney Diamonds.

The Rolling Stones continues to surprise with the cinematographic quality of its music videos, and on this occasion, Nicholas Houltknown for his roles in films such as My boyfriend is a zombie and X Menjoins the list of Hollywood stars who collaborate with the legendary band.

In the latest visual release for the song “Mess It Up”belonging to the most recent album of the stones, Hackney Diamonds, Hoult He plays an ex-boyfriend who discovers too late the value of what he lost. Led by the talented Calmaticcollaborator of Kendrick Lamarthe video takes viewers through the seasons of the life of Hoult while the stones They narrate the tragic story with their characteristic style.

This release is part of the celebration surrounding Hackney Diamondsthe first album of original music by the stones since 2005 and the first after the sad loss of the drummer Charlie Watts. “Mess It Up” It is one of two songs recorded before the death of Wattsand Keith Richards describes it as a continuing tribute to the iconic band member.

In addition to the video release, the stones They announced their world tour for 2024, Stone Tour ’24 Hackney Diamondswhich will begin in April in the NRG Stadium from Houston, Texas. The band will tour numerous stadiums in the United States and Canada, promising a unique experience for fans who waited 18 years for new material.


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