Two Ukrainian youth choirs joined legendary British rock band The Rolling Stones on stage in Vienna on Friday (July 15) to sing the group’s 1969 hit “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

Eyewitness video from the crowd showed the vocalists wearing white T-shirts featuring The Rolling Stones’ tongue and lips logo printed in the colors of the Ukrainian flag, as they repeated the song’s lyrics a capella.

The video also captured the moment band members, including frontman Mick Jagger, began playing their instruments following the choirs’ intro.

Led by choirmaster Ruben Tolmachov. the Dzvinochok boys choir and Vognyk girls choir travelled from Kyiv to join the band on stage in the Austrian capital, according to the Rolling Stone website.

The special performance happened towards the end of the band’s show at the Ernst Happel Stadium, the website said.

The Rolling Stones are currently performing for their Sixty 2022 European tour, which will have concerts in Paris, Berlin and Stockholm until the tour ends in August.