They may be celebrating 50 years together as a band, but The Rolling Stones are proving that they're still with the times.
Many people are discovering today that the 404 error page for The Rolling Stones' official website displays a cheeky message befitting the band:
As you can see from the image above, the page that gets triggered when you stumble on a non-existent page of the website plays a YouTube video of The Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want." Beneath it, the lyrics from the song "But if you try sometime/You just might find you get what you need" precedes the website's internal search tool.
The video featured on the page was recorded at Twickenham Stadium, London as part of the Stones' Live Licks tour in 2003, according to Gizmodo.
While this one is pretty clever, there are loads of other 404 pages out on the web worth checking out. For a look at some of the other greatest 'Page Not Found' messages online, check out this gallery from Gizmodo, or this list from Buzzfeed.
(Image from rollingstones.com)