Original 1974 version was recorded with Jimmy Page.
They shared their long-lost Jimmy Page collaboration for the first time last month.
Keith Richards famously pulled a knife on Trump after he reneged on an agreement with the band.
The previously unheard track was recorded in 1974.
Frontman also discusses the time he shared drinks with Dave Grohl.
The Stones say Trump’s campaign have repeatedly disregarded cease and desist notices.
The first entry in the six-week series kicks off Sunday with Olé Olé Olé!
The 1968 riot song feels especially appropriate for an election year.
The Stones’ first new song in eight years serves as a perfect companion for these uncertain times
Macca previously claimed that The Fab Four “were better” than The Stones.
The band’s first new, original recording in eight years.
He said, “We started to notice that, whatever we did, The Stones did it shortly thereafter.”