London: American rock band The Rolling Stones has been in a London studio over the past week for its new album, which will be the group's first album in the last decade.
The "Wild Horses" hitmakers Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts last released "A Bigger Bang" in 2005.
Their morale is high after Wood revealed he is going to be a father to twins at 68, reported Female First. "Ronnie broke the news on one of their first days back in the studio and they were all delighted for him. It's given everyone a great boost.
"The guys booked in for a few sessions to lay down some tracks which Mick and Keith have written. It's very early stuff - just four or five songs at the moment - but the plan is to make a full new album in the new year."
The band is heading to Latin America for a 12-date tour in February, entitled "America Latina Ole Tour 2016", kicking off their run of shows in Santiago, Chile, on February 3 and then heading onto Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Peru, Colombia and Mexico.