Sydney Sweeney, the acclaimed actress known for her Emmy-nominated performances in Euphoria and The White Lotus, has added yet another feather to her cap. And now, Sydney Sweeney Rolling Stones music video is a thing.
In this latest musical endeavor, Sweeney makes a memorable cameo appearance in the music video for Angry, The Rolling Stones’ freshest single. This exciting release coincides with the announcement of the band’s forthcoming album, Hackney Diamonds, their first collection of new material in a staggering 18 years. The album boasts collaborations with notable artists like Lady Gaga and Stevie Wonder, along with the final recordings of the Stones’ beloved drummer, Charlie Watts, who sadly passed away in 2021.
The album’s announcement took place in a grand fashion at the Hackney Empire in East London, a nod to the album’s title. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood engaged in an animated discussion with Jimmy Fallon during a press conference, unveiling their excitement for the new release. Jagger humbly stated, “I don’t want to be boastful, but we wouldn’t have released this record if we didn’t genuinely love it.”
Sydney Sweeney Rolling Stones Music Video
Angry, the lead single from the album, offers a tantalizing glimpse into what fans can expect. It’s a dynamic, swaggering track, characterized by what Richards playfully described as a “funky riff.” The accompanying music video amplifies its rock ‘n’ roll essence, featuring Sydney Sweeney shedding her customary red-carpet attire in favor of cut-out leather chaps and a matching bustier that could have been plucked from the Euphoria set.
The video has her cruising down Sunset Boulevard in a vibrant red convertible, Sydney Sweeney embodies the essence of pure enjoyment. She stands in the back seat, dancing exuberantly as her iconic blonde locks flutter in the wind, all while effortlessly playing an air guitar.
Her attire for this exhilarating moment is a striking departure from her typically ultra-feminine wardrobe, featuring a black cropped leather zip-up corset, hotpants adorned with metal studs, leather chaps embellished with cascading stars down the legs, and fingerless gloves adorned with metal studs. This transformation redefines the term “cheeky chap” most unexpectedly and stylishly.
Sweeney, visibly excited about her participation, shared her experience at the press conference, where she brought her mother along as her guest. Her mother, it turns out, is also a devoted fan of The Rolling Stones. “I freaked out and called my family,” Sweeney gushed when recounting the moment she was invited to appear in the video.
“This is the biggest thing ever. I didn’t know it was going to be the first single, but I love the song; it’s stuck in my head.” Sydney Sweeney
What’s Next for Sydney Sweeney
It has undoubtedly been a whirlwind week for the versatile actress. After a jam-packed schedule at the Venice Film Festival, where she attended Giorgio Armani’s ‘One Night Only’ fashion show and Miu Miu’s ‘Women’s Tales’ launch, she jetted off to London for this exciting musical collaboration.
And her calendar shows no signs of slowing down, with upcoming roles in the Sony Marvel film Madame Web and a Barbarella reboot in the pipeline. After witnessing her captivating performance in the Angry music video, fans can’t help but hope for more music video appearances in Sweeney’s busy schedule.