The Rolling Stones dropped their new single "Doom and Gloom" yesterday. It was their first new song in over six years and early reviews were mixed.
"Doom and Gloom" is one of two new songs on their upcoming greatest hits album "GRRR!", which drops November 12th.
The reviews were mixed for the single.
The UK's Mirror wrote: "Received music industry wisdom has it that new Rolling Stones material exists purely to flog compilation albums or tour tickets. It's with some relief that we report it's actually rather good."
The UK's Daily Telegraph gave "Doom and Gloom" three stars, saying it was "business as usual" for the band. They drew comparisons between the song and their 1972 album "Exile on Main Street".
Both critics agreed that the song's weakest point was lead singer Mick Jagger's vocals.
One review said: "The best bit is when he stops singing and starts blowing."
Another said: "If there's a weak link here then it's actually Jagger, who honks and caterwauls over the track like one of his own tribute artists. His extended enunciation is excruciating - almost to the point of parody in places."
Music magazine NME called "Doom and Gloom" a "'Gimme Shelter' for Generation Wii.
It said: "The new Stones song is a revitalizing reminder of what made them great in the first place, a tune that will sit seamlessly amongst their classics. Are you listening, Macca?"