As the Stones continue their celebratory 50th year run as one of the defining bands of modern rock and roll, wide-mouth Jagger and crew rallied together to package two new tracks to speckle an 80-track compilation album dubbed Grrr! due November 12. Teasing one of those two tracks today via BBC Radio 2, their first original studio effort in seven years since A Bigger Bang, the world was given “Doom and Gloom,” a rather cryptic dashboard-slapper that’s Richards-solo-fierce as ever, referencing a zombie-stocked dream of the apocalyptic, political-laced kind. “Doom and gloom” there may be, but its protagonist wraps it all up in a “dance with me” invitation. Moral of the story – when the world is ending, and one attains satisfaction, you can dance if you wanna. Dig on our favorite lyric so far in this bold-faced faux gonzo-spalltered lyric video released this morning, and chime in with your thoughts on a finer one?

Lost all that treasure

In an overseas war

Just goes to show

You don’t get what you pay for