The Rolling Stones are teaming up with the creative minds behind The Kardashians for a new documentary that will take fans behind the scenes of their latest album, Hackney Diamonds. According to The Sun newspaper, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood are collaborating with Fulwell 73, the production company responsible for The Kardashians’ big deal with Hulu.
The film will capture the band as they work on the 12 tracks featured on the album, giving viewers an intimate and candid look at the legendary musicians in the studio. It will also pay tribute to Charlie Watts, the band’s original drummer who passed away in 2021. Watts played drums on two of the album’s tracks, making this documentary a heartfelt dedication to his memory.
The album itself is highly anticipated as it marks the Rolling Stones’ first release of new music in 18 years. The band unveiled the tracklist on Thursday, revealing that the next single, titled “Sweet Sounds of Heaven,” will be a seven-minute-plus epic featuring the talents of Lady Gaga and Stevie Wonder.
Fulwell 73, the production company behind the documentary, is known for its impressive lineup of A-list pedigree documentaries. They have collaborated with popular artists such as Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran, One Direction, and Elton John, as well as the famous Kardashian family. With such a successful track record, fans can expect a high-quality, behind-the-scenes experience that will truly capture the essence of the Rolling Stones’ creative process.
The Rolling Stones’ documentary promises to be an exciting and insightful journey for fans, providing an up-close look at the band’s magic in the studio and the camaraderie between Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood. Set to be released next month alongside the album, this documentary is a must-watch for fans of the iconic rock group.