The Rolling Stones have posted a teaser video on their social media platforms that appears to hint at a possible tour.

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The rock n’ roll royalty act’s tweet contains an eight-second cartoon clip with the chorus of “Brown Sugar” playing in the background. In the clip, a locomotive rolls through a desolate field on a moonlit night. As the camera tilts up, a light appears in the sky in the shape of the Stones’ iconic tongue symbol, appearing to summon the band in the same style of Commissioner Gordon summoning Batman. The caption simply reads, “Feeling restless.”

The Stones have been off the road since their No Filter Tour of the United States wrapped up last summer after rescheduling a string of dates following frontman Mick Jagger‘s heart surgery. In the meantime, the band has also released a concert film, Bridges To Buenos Aires, that chronicled the group’s performance on April 5th, 1988 at River Plat Stadium in Argentina.

Check out the possible Rolling Stones tour teaser below.

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