Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have lent their voices to a new episode of comedy collective The Kloons‘ web series Sisters, which features Kloons members Nik Kazoura and Mitch Lewis acting out real-life audio conversations between Nik’s mother and aunt.
During the episode, the Kloons guys are shown lip-syncing to the women’s voices as they discuss The Rolling Stones‘ famous logo, ponder whether Keith’s last name is Richards or Richardson and talk about what a nice head of hair Jagger has while looking at a photo of the band in a coffee shop. As the two-and-a-half-minute video winds down, two young women are seen at a table in the same café, and when they open their mouths to chat, the voices of Jagger and Richards are heard, as they humorously talk about wanting to leave the city and hitting the road.
At the end of the clip, Lewis thanks Jagger and Richards for taking part in the sketch, while Kazoura reminds viewers that The Stones are heading out on tour soon. The band’s upcoming tour dates also are shown.
Lewis told Tubefilter.com how Jagger and Richards came to be involved in the episode. As the comic explained, last fall The Stones’ touring company showed the Sisters web series to the rock legends, who liked what they saw and agreed to take part in the video.
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