Paul Mescal has discussed his appearance in a Rolling Stones music video with Mick Jagger.
The pair discussed the video, which is being released at 7pm today, in a clip that was posted on Twitter by the label Polydor Records.
Jagger asked the Normal People star if it was his first time appearing in a music video.
.@RollingStones' @MickJagger and @mescal_paul will be having an exclusive chat at 7pm BST / 11am PST today on Youtube before the official video for Scarlet premieres — Polydor Records (@polydorrecords) August 6, 2020
#TheRollingStones #MickJagger #PaulMescal pic.twitter.com/h8CpMPImgr
Mescal said it was, adding: “Kind of in at the deep end with that, I think.
“Straight in, just go straight in and start with the Rolling Stones video and best of luck,” he said.
The Kildare actor will appear in the video for their song Scarlet.
The official video for Scarlet featuring Paul Mescal will premiere this Thursday 7pm BST / 11am PST on the Rolling Stones YouTube Channel. Including a very special introduction from @mickjagger & @mescal_paul you won’t want to miss… set a reminder here: https://t.co/H2JWfmmIvV pic.twitter.com/DtgVVl3rSG— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) August 3, 2020
On Monday, the band’s official Twitter page shared a video of Mescal wearing a white shirt while the music played.
“I think we’ll be fine,” he said in the clip.
The song is a previously unreleased track the group recorded with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page in 1974.
It has previously been reported the actor, who earned widespread critical acclaim for his portrayal of Connell Waldron in the series Normal People, would play a “rock ’n’ roll leading man” in the video.
The video is described as a “love letter” to Scarlet and was directed by filmmaking duo US with a socially distanced shoot at London’s Claridge’s hotel.
Scarlet will be included on the band’s upcoming Goats Head Soup box set, which will also feature two other previously unreleased tracks – All The Rage and Criss Cross – as well as “many more rarities, outtakes and alternative mixes”.
It will be available from September 4.