It's the latest addition to the band's From The Vault series

The Rolling Stones are reportedly readying the next archival release in their From The Vault series.

This latest addition is dedicated to the band’s Hyde Park concert from July 5, 1969, reports the Superdeluxeedition website.

DVD and Blu-ray editions are currently listed on Amazon.com and also Amazon’s Canadian site.

The release date on both Amazon sites is listed as July 24, 2015.

From The Vault consists of live concerts from the Stones which are getting their first official release. Previous releases have included shows from LA Forum in 1975 and Hampton Coliseum in 1981.

The most recent title was the band’s Marquee club show on March 26, 1971, shortly before the release of Sticky Fingers.

Superdeluxeedition flags up that the Stones’ Hyde Park show was originally from British TV and has previously been available on both DVD and Blu-ray in the UK.

It was also included in the US and Japanese versions of the Sweet Summer Sun deluxe edition.

As yet, there is no confirmed UK release date; nor is it known whether this release will be available on vinyl and CD, as per the previous releases in the series.

The Stones recently released a recording of their Sticky Fingers club gig, from May 20, 2015, on iTunes.

The band have also recently announced their first career-spanning exhibition.

EXHIBITIONISM will run from April 6 2016 – September 2016 at London’s Saatchi Gallery, where it will occupy nine themed galleries spread across two entire floors.

EXHIBITIONISM includes over 500 artefacts and will include original stage designs, dressing room and backstage paraphernalia; rare guitars and instruments, costumes, rare audio tracks and unseen video clips; personal diaries and correspondence; original poster and album cover artwork, and unique cinematic presentations.

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