THE ROLLING STONES accuse US President GEORGE W BUSH of being "full of shit" on their new album.
The track 'Sweet Neo Con', one of the tracks on the forthcoming 'A Bigger Bang', was already known to be fiercely anti-Bush.
However, frontman Mick Jagger's disdain for the American leader has now been confirmed, with Rolling Stones singer revealing some of the lyrics in an interview with Newsweek.
But the singer has revealed that guitarist Keith Richards, who lives in the US, is a bit worried about the direct nature of the words.
An extract from 'Sweet Neo Con' features the following lines:
"You call yourself a Christian,
I call you a hypocrite
You call yourself a patriot,
well I think you're full of shit."
Jagger said of the track: "It is direct. Keith said: 'It's not really metaphorical.'
"I think he's a bit worried because he lives in the US. But I don't."
'A Bigger Bang' is released on September 5 and is preceded by the single, 'Streets Of Love' on August 22. The band begin their forthcoming world tour in Boston on August 21.