Mick Jagger duets with his brother Chris and appears in his new music video

20 September 2021, 13:03 | Updated: 21 September 2021, 11:22

Mick Jagger and his brother Chris
Mick Jagger and his brother Chris. Picture: BMG

By Mayer Nissim

Chris Jagger releases new album Mixing Up The Medicine and his memoir Talking To Myself.

The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has recorded a new song with his brother Chris.

The singers and siblings also appear together in the music video for the track, called 'Anyone Seen My Heart?'.

The song features on Chris's new album Mixing Up The Medicine, which was released earlier this month via BMG.

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The video opens with the brothers on a sofa, writing the song together before cutting to them performing the track in their front room.

Chris is Mick's younger brother by four years. He picked up credits as 'literary editor' for lyrical contributions to The Rolling Stones' Dirty Work and Steel Wheels albums.

Chris said of his memoir: "It’s like the essay you were supposed to write for you tutor but never finished and then the corrections were so involved the thing just spun round and round in an endless cycle.

"Talking To Myself might be the only book ever to document the life of growing up in the Jagger family in Dartford, Kent."

He added: "[Mick and I] share similar early influences, and our parents were centre to that so I hope readers will find those details interesting."

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Having recently re-issued Tattoo You with nine newly-recorded bonus tracks, The Rolling Stones are poised to go back on the road to finally complete their No Filter international tour after a two-year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The concerts will be their first since the death of drummer Charlie Watts, who had been in the band for 58 years since 1963.

The group will pay tribute to him during the live show, and are said to be planning to turn their iconic Lips and Tongue logo from red to black in Watts's memory.