The Rolling Stones are commemorating the 40th anniversary of their 1981 album Tattoo You with multiple celebrations. The original album was comprised of songs that were initially recorded throughout the ’70s, but completed in this record’s sessions. A hefty anniversary boxset will be released on October 22nd that features previously unreleased songs including “Living In The Heart Of Love,” which was recently released as a preview to what the boxset would contain.
Coinciding with the song, The Rolling Stones also just premiered a new music video for Living In The Heart Of Love that portrays a group of young adults drinking and partying throughout Paris while also watching old clips of the band performing. The video tributes The Stones’ late drummer Charlie Watts who passed away last month by showing multiple close-ups of the drummer smiling and jamming with his beloved bandmates. The video concludes with a landscape shot of Paris’s skyline and the words
“Charlie is my darling” appearing above the city.
Watch the full music video for “Living In The Heart Of Love” here: