The Rolling Stones send Aussie fans into a frenzy after hinting at upcoming tour Down Under

Legendary rock band The Rolling Stones sent Aussie fans wild this week after posting a video to social media hinting an upcoming Australian tour.

Long-time guitarist Ronnie Wood, 76, shared the footage to Instagram which shows the band’s iconic tongue and lips logo forming over the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Woods kept tight lipped about officially announcing a tour date, simply posting a link to the band’s website.

The band’s official website has a countdown set to expire on Wednesday, hinting that big some big news will be announced then.

Many of Woods’ Aussie fans were whipped into a frenzy over the cryptic video and asked him if he was sneakily announcing a new tour.

‘Wow, please come to Australia,’ one eager fan wrote and another added: ‘Can’t wait for an Australian tour.’

The Rolling Stones, which currently consists of Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, last performed in Australia in November 2014, as part of their 14 On Fire World Tour.

They most recently toured Europe last year in celebration of sixty years together as a band.

After six decades of touring, the iconic band have perfected their backstage routine, with crew members spilling the behind the scenes secrets of life on the road.

Daily Mail Australia can reveal the group still like to mix things up, only deciding on their final set list less than an hour before they head out on stage.

With a back catalogue of over 400 songs, the group keep their encore of Gimme Shelter and Satisfaction each night the same, but will regularly switch out other hits throughout the gig.

Their backing singers even love to weigh in and suggest their favourites for each night.

The Rolling Stones formed in London in 1962, consisting of singer Mick Jagger and musicians Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Brian Jones, and Charlie Watts.

Jagger and Richards are the only original members still with the band.

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