The Rolling Stones have shared a coveted clip from their 1996 concert film Rock and Roll Circus, which documents the band’s last performance with their original lineup back in 1968. The video that the band shared today sees The Rolling Stones’ debut public performance of “Sympathy for the Devil.”
The new video comes packed with raw energy, as the original lineup, mad up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Ian Stewart, and Brian Jones, make their way through the rowdy performance. At the time, the band had released Beggars Banquet six days before the performance.
“It was an incredible shoot, I think, 36 hours or something,” Richards explains in a statement. “I remember not remembering everything towards the end… but it was fun… we went through two audiences… wore one out… it was great!”
Watch the clip in full below.