UMG will continue to distribute the band’s celebrated recorded music catalogue globally with future projects and reissues to be released through UMG's labels and networks around the world.
"For many years now, we've had a wonderful partnership with Universal Music and look forward to an even more successful future together," Stones manager Joyce Smyth said.
UMG's Bravado company will handle global merchandising rights, retail licensing, brand management and e-commerce, including the band's iconic tongue logo, one of the most recognized symbols in entertainment.
"The Rolling Stones continue to define rock and roll, they are loved the world over and they are the band who never let up. It's a privilege to work with them and Joyce Smyth, their exceptional manager," said David Joseph, Universal Music UK chairman and CEO.
UMG's Eagle Rock will take care of the band’s extensive long-form audio visual catalogue. As part of the agreement, Eagle Rock will re-issue several classic concert films from their archives including: Atlanta (1989), Steel Wheels (1989-90), Voodoo Lounge (1994), Bridges to Babylon (1997-1998), Four Flicks (2002) and Bigger Bang (2005-2006).
UMG will also provide The Rolling Stones with archival support and space for the band’s physical media assets, musical instruments and equipment in their vaults around the world.
The Stones' No Filter Tour wrapped up its European leg in Warsaw on Sunday (July 8).
Openers included <a href="/music/James-Bay">James Bay</a>, who joined them onstage at London's Twickenham Stadium for <a href="/articles/news/8461980/james-bay-rolling-stones-beast-of-burden-london-video">"Beast of Burden,"</a> and <a href="/music/Liam-Gallagher">Liam Gallagher</a>, who opened their <a href="/articles/columns/rock/8457503/rolling-stones-no-filter-tour-london-review-liam-gallagher">London Stadium</a> gig.