The Rolling Stones have resumed their world tour.

The band’s 14 On Fire Tour was suspended back in March following the passing of Mick Jagger’s longtime partner L’Wren Scott. The hiatus ended last night with a sold-out concert in Oslo that featured the legendary rockers performing for over two hours. According to The Local, the 70-year-old frontman even snuck in a bit of Norwegian during the show.

“Det er fantastisk å være tilbake i Norge,”; exclaimed Jagger. Or if you’d prefer the English translation: “It’s good to be back in Norway.”;


The Norwegian gig marks the kick-off of the group’s European portion of the tour, which will take them to Lisbon on May 29.