The Rolling Stones bring out ‘She’s a Rainbow’ for rare live performance

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The Rolling Stones are currently on tour in South America and aired the classic flower power anthem ‘She’s a Rainbow‘ for the first time in 18 years during a gig in Chile earlier this week.

Check out fan footage of the performance below.

The track was brought out as one of the rare highlights from the Stones’ ‘Their Satanic Majesties Request‘ album, originally released at the end of 1967 and widely seen as a poor imitator of The Beatles‘ ‘Sgt. Peppers‘ LP which had taken the world by storm earlier that summer.

Nearly five decades on from then, the band are still thinking about new records and were reported to have been spending time in the studio towards the end of last year.

One of the last updates on a possible follow-up to 2005’s ‘A Bigger Bang‘ was offered by Keith Richards when he told The Quietus:

“I was at a meeting with the lads three or four days ago where everybody said, ‘Yes! We must go in the studio!’. Where or when I can’t yet say but in the near future.”

“At last I’ve got the boys wanting to get into the studio. They all have to want to do it at the same time.”

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