Watch The Rolling Stones’ 14 On Fire tour video

The Rolling Stones have released a video celebrating the recent completion of the European leg of their 14 On Fire tour. Set to "Out Of Control" from their 1997 album Bridges To Babylon, the On Fire tour video features the band reflecting on the European leg of the tour, which came to an end with a two hour set at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark this month (July 6), interspersed with behind-the-scenes recordings and videos of the band performing on stage to huge crowds.

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The Rolling Stones have released a video celebrating the recent completion of the European leg of their 14 On Fire tour.

Set to “Out Of Control” from their 1997 album Bridges To Babylon, the On Fire tour video features the band reflecting on the European leg of the tour, which came to an end with a two hour set at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark this month (July 6), interspersed with behind-the-scenes recordings and videos of the band performing on stage to huge crowds.

“They give you so much energy, and they’re so vibrant and so alive, that I feel that,” says Mick Jagger in the video, discussing the effect the crowd have on the band when they perform. “I’m just interchanging energy with them.”

Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts recently appeared in a sketch as part of Monty Python’s press conference ahead of their Monty Python Live (Mostly) shows.




The rescheduled Australian and New Zealand leg of the tour is due to kick off on October 25 in Adelaide, Australia.


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