The Rolling Stones debut 'Out of Control' from new documentary
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Rolling Stones fans pumped to see the band's upcoming documentary “The Rolling Stones Ole, Ole,Ole!: A Trip Across Latin America” during it premiere U.S. screening on Dec. 12 can whet their appetites with a newly released teaser video from the film. The legendary British rockers have debuted a live performance clip of their 1998 single “Out of Control” from the film.

Rolling Stone premiered the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's latest teaser clip on Dec. 8. The live performance was shot during the “Satisfaction” hitmaker's recent America Latina Ole Tour 2016 at a concert held Feb. 7 in at Buenos Aires, Argentina, at Estadio Único de La Plata.

The 3:00 minute video opens with a breathtaking aerial shot of the stadium and segues to the band clowning backstage just before show time. Stones co-founder Keith Richards puffs on a cigarette and clowns with drummer Charlie Watts while guitarist Ronnie Wood loosens up with a song and dance routine for the camera as the hook bass riff for “Out of Control” begins and the band head for the stage.

The camera pans over the crowd howling with anticipation as the band builds the intro and anticipation slowly, layering in high hat, percussion and rhythm guitar ornamentation before frontman Mick Jagger arrives to lead the crowd in humming along with the song's hook melody. Fans pump their hands or wave cellphones in time to the rhythm as Jagger steps up to the mike for the song's first verse, singing, “I was out in the city/I was out in the rain/I was feeling down hearted/I was drinking again.”

Directed by Paul Dugdale, “Ole Ole Ole” mixes live performance and backstage footage, following The Stones as they rock their way through Latin America. The theater screening will feature an exclusive introduction by Jagger, Richards and company, as well as a pair of bonus performances from the multi-platinum seller's Argentina performance. Fans can check out a teaser clip above and watch the “Out of Control” clip here.

“Ole Ole Ole” will be available in 300 theaters across the U.S. for only one night. For ticket information and screening locations in your area, click here.

Stones fans looking for holiday season gift ideas can purchase a copy here of  The Stones critically hailed new studio album Blue and Lonesome, which arrived Dec. 3 via Polydor/Interscope or score the DVD release of their concert film “Havana Moon,” which hits hit shelves in multiple formats on Nov. 11 via Eagle Rock/Universal. For the latest information on The Rolling Stones, click here.