Earlier this year, Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown stated in an interview with NME that the band had been in the studio recording new music, despite their 20-year-long hiatus. Earlier this week, the band's iconic sliced lemon insignia made appearances on posters and billboards in various cities around the world, riling devout fans in anticipation of a new record. Today, the Roses have delivered their long awaited new release, "All for One."
Annie Mac debuted "All for One" earlier today on her BBC Radio 1 show. This release is the first music the band has released, since 1994's Second Coming. The band broke up in 1996, only reuniting for a brief tour in 2012 that didn't feature any new music. Right now the band has offered a meager seven tour dates. Let's keep our fingers crossed for an expanded touring season from the Roses.
Stone Roses Tour Dates:
June 15 Manchester, England – Eithad Stadium
June 17, 18, 19 Manchester, England – Eithad Stadium
June 30 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
July 08 Perthshire, Scotland – T in the Park
July 09 Dublin, Ireland – Marlay Park