Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl have joined forces for a pandemic lockdown song that the Rolling Stones frontman hopes will give listeners a dose of "some much needed optimism."

"Eazy Sleazy," released Tuesday, includes lyrics that give a nod to the fixtures of life amid quarantine conditions, including Zoom calls, mask wearing and the feeling of being trapped inside one's house.

"That's a pretty mask / But never take a chance Tik Tok stupid dance / Took a Samba class I landed on my ass / Trying to write a tune; you better hook me up to Zoom," Jagger belts out.

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The upbeat song also addresses misinformation related to the COVID-19 vaccine with lines such as: "Shooting the vaccine: Bill Gates is in my bloodstream / It's mind control / The Earth is flat and cold — it's never warming up."

Jagger then takes on a cheerier tone by the end of the song, singing, "We'll escape from these prison walls" and "It'll be a memory you're trying to remember to forget."

Jagger, 77, said he wrote the track "about eventually coming out of lockdown, with some much needed optimism."

Foo Fighters songwriter and guitarist Grohl called recording the forward-looking song with Jagger "beyond a dream come true." Grohl dubbed "Eazy Sleazy," the "song of the summer, without a doubt!"