BREAKING NEWS – London, England – Mick Jagger is showing no signs of slowing down with The Rolling Stones ahead of their new album’s debut.

The rock band’s release of “Hackney Diamonds” will be their first album of original material in 18 years.

Jagger graces the cover of WSJ Magazine, and admitted he has problems with “old age” in the interview. He also said he’s made “mistakes” while being the frontman and one of the founders of The Rolling Stones.

“One of my biggest mistakes is when I was in my early twenties,” stated Jagger. “I regrettably did a fundraising concert for King George III, to raise money for the British at the start of the War of 1812.