Rolling Stones, a pop up store dedicated to the British band opens in Milan

It will be released on October 20th Hackney Diamondsthe new (and highly anticipated) album by Rolling Stones. For the occasion, the Feltrinelli bookshop in Corso Buenos Aires in Milan will turn into a pop-up stores. An unmissable opportunity for fans of the band who, for a few days, will be able to purchase gadgets and objects from their favorite group in a place designed to celebrate Mick Jagger and his companions.

What we know about the Rolling Stones shop in Milan

The Rolling Stones shop in Milan will be open from 20 to 26 October.

The operation, signed Capitol Records Italy/Universal Music Italia and Feltrinelli Librerie, will see the physical versions of Hackney Diamonds but also a special and limited edition on red vinyl, and interesting extra-musical merchandise. The most anticipated piece? There t-shirts customized exclusively for the Italian public, also in limited edition.

All up Hackney Diamonds

Last September 14th, the Rolling Stones released the tracklist official of Hackney Diamonds.

Among the 12 songs on the new album, two boast the presence of the late drummer Charlie Watts (PHOTO): Mess It Up And Live By The Sword (which also features former Stones bassist Bill Wyman). But there will also be unexpected guest stars: Stevie Wonder and Lady Gaga in Sweet Sounds Of Heaven, Paul McCartney in Bite My Head OffElton John in Get Close And Live By The Sword. Vocal and instrumental contributions, for an album that promises to be extraordinary.

The album, which arrives almost twenty years after A Bigger Bangwas produced by 2021 Grammy winner Andrew Watt and recorded at various locations: Henson Recording Studios in Los Angeles, Metropolis Studios in London, Sanctuary Studios in Nassau (Bahamas), Electric Lady Studios and The Hit Factory/Germano Studios in New York.

The announcement of the album was made at the Hackney Empire in London on September 6th, during the interview given by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood to Jimmy Fallon. “We wouldn’t have released this album if we didn’t really like it. We didn’t want to make just any record and then release it,” Jagger said.

The wait is now almost over: October 20th Hackney Diamonds it will be out everywhere.