For the latest installment of their web-based series, Sisters, Brooklyn-based comedy group the Kloons have enlisted Keith Richards and Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones to provide the voices of two young women. The video is embedded above.

Sisters involves Mitch Lewis and Nik Kazoura acting out and lip-syncing conversations between Nik's mother and his aunt on a variety of topics. In this episode, they discuss earrings worn by Scandal star Kerry Washington, an upcoming trip to a Renaissance fair and hip replacement. That's intercut with the two of them talking about the Stones, including their famous tongue-and-lips logo, Mick Jagger's hair and whether or not Keith's last name is Richards or Richardson.

The camera pans down to two girls having coffee, where the distinctive voices of Jagger and Richards come out of their mouths. They agree that it's time to leave the city and "hit the road." At which point we learn that Jagger has a special name for his hair dryer. "Start Me Up" plays and the dates for their ZIP Code tour appear.

According to Tubefilter, someone in the Stones' touring company showed an episode of Sisters, which debuted last June, to Jagger and Richards last fall. The duo "really liked it" and agreed to participate.

The ZIP Code tour will run from May 24 in San Diego, Calif., through July 15 in Quebec. They are also giving Sticky Fingers the remastered and expanded treatment, and recently released a DVD and CD of a 1971 concert from the Marquee in London.

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