Credit: Claude GassianThe official video for The Rolling Stones‘ new cover of “Hate to See You Go,” a 1955 song by late blues great Little Walter, premiered today on the band’s official VEVO YouTube channel.

The clip features footage of the band’s members — Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood — in the studio, combined with a montage of scenes of urban life in Chicago and New York City.

The video includes glimpses of subway trains, taxi cabs, a tattoo parlor, a group of young men playing basketball, break dancers, a chess game and more. The visual also features various images of stormy clouds, rain-soaked city streets and the lightning flashing behind the New York skyline.

As previously reported, “Hate to See You Go” will appear on The Rolling Stones’ upcoming studio album, Blue & Lonesome, which will be released on December 2. The 12-track collection features the band’s renditions of songs by a variety of well-known blues artists, including Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Eddie Taylor and Howlin’ Wolf. The album was recorded live in a London studio in just a few days, and doesn’t feature any overdubs. Eric Clapton plays guitar on two of the tracks: “I Can’t Quit You Baby” and “Everybody Knows About My Good Thing.”

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