Irish actor Paul Mescal talks to Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger about his decision to go "in at the deep end" by working with the legendary band for his first ever appearance in a music video. Video: Reuters. In any other year this would have officially been the Summer of Paul Mescal.
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Still mourning the end of Normal People? You're in luck, as this weekend brought a new video to satisfy your Paul Mescal fix. The Emmy-nominated actor, who played Connell in the hit Hulu series, just took on a new, more musically inclined role: starring in a Rolling Stones music video. The socially distanced video shoot took place over three days at London's iconic Claridge's hotel, which has counted Kate Moss and, yes, The Stones, as its frequent guests. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the hotel has been closed for the first time since its opening. While visitors cannot physically stay at Claridge's at the moment the hotel reopens for overnight guests September 7 , they can imagine themselves there as they watch Mescal jump on the beds, spin through the black and white lobby, leap down staircases, and wreak general havoc around the empty hotel.
The clip features Emmy -nominated actor Paul Mescal , who starred in critically acclaimed television series "Normal People". A love letter to "Scarlet" , the video was directed by directing duo Us and filmed with a socially distanced shoot at London's iconic Claridge's hotel. Due on September 4, the album will be available in multiple configurations, including four-disc CD and vinyl box set editions, with a treasure trove of unreleased studio and live material. The box set and deluxe CD and vinyl editions of "Goats Head Soup" will all feature ten bonus tracks, which include alternate versions, outtakes and no fewer than three previously unheard tracks. STONES devotees worldwide will be thrilled by the inclusion, on the box set and deluxe editions, of the previously unheard "Scarlet" , featuring guitar by Jimmy Page , and a third newly unveiled song, "All The Rage". The layered guitar textures of "Scarlet" make for a track that's as infectious and raunchy as anything the band cut in this hallowed era.