What year is it? The Rolling Stones just dropped a trippy as hell video for 1967 single ‘She’s A Rainbow’

The Rolling Stones have unveiled a trippy as hell lyric video for She’s A Rainbow – a cut from their 1967 psychedelic opus, Their Satanic Majesties Request.

The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones just dropped a trippy as hell video for She’s A Rainbow ahead of the 50th anniversary edition of Their Satanic Majesties Request.

In the clip, which premiered over at Jezebel a few days ago, notable female historical figures such as jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams and Russian dancer Lubowska are shown alongside works of art like French painter Baudry’s The Pearl and the Wave and Giorgione’s Sleeping Venus. 

The video is in anticipation of the 50th anniversary of the Their Satanic Majesties Request, which is set for release as a limited edition deluxe double vinyl and double hybrid super audio CD package on September 22nd.

About the album:

“Hailed by DownBeat magazine as a “revolutionary event in modern pop music”, but dismissed by Rolling Stone as “too infused with the pretentions of their musical inferiors”, Their Satanic Majesties Request has gone on to divide fans and critics alike – though the album continues to fascinate, and remains an important stepping stone in the Stones’ development from British Invasion pioneers to becoming ‘The World’s Greatest Rock’n’Roll Band’.”

For more details and to pre-order, head here.

Watch it below.