The Rolling Stones have released “Doom And Gloom,” the first new music from the band in over half a decade.

The single comes from the Rock & Roll Hall Of Famers’ career-spanning release ‘GRRR!’.

‘GRRR!’, which includes other new material as well, catalogs the band’s 50-year career. Set for release on November 13, the triple-album will include 50 tracks from the band’s lengthy catalog. There will also be a deluxe issue released, which includes a massive 80 tracks from the group.

The track premiered early this morning on BBC Radio 2 in preparation for the release and some possible new tour dates.

In an interview with Q, guitarist Keith Richards slipped that the band was getting ready for some shows in London and New York. Richards didn’t get into specifics, explaining, “They’ve put the gag on me on this. You can hint!”

‘Crossfire Hurricane,’ the Brett Morgen documentary spanning the career of the band, will premiere in the United States on HBO November 15.

Listen To “Doom And Gloom” Below: