A month ago the Rolling Stones offered a first listen to "Doom and Gloom," the band's first recording together in seven years (from the new greatest hits album GRRR!). Now there's a video to accompany the song, an uptempo grinder that features such au courant topics as fracking, class warfare and zombies. Directed by Jonas Akerlund, who won a Grammy for Madonna's "Ray of Light" video, the clip finds the world's greatest rock & roll band up to their old tricks: plenty of guitars and come-ons, and a little NSFW danger. Watch it here.
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