The Rolling Stones look to be in lean and mean form on Hate To See You Go, the first video to be released from their upcoming new album Blue & Lonesome.

Out on December 2, the new record finds Mick Jagger – blowing some nifty harp in the video  – Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood getting back to their blues roots by covering classics from the likes of Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walter, who wrote and recorded Hate To See You Go back in 1955.

Blue & Lonesome was recorded in three days last year by Don Was and also features a guest appearance from Eric Clapton – who happened to be recording in a neighbouring studio – on two of the tracks.