2016-05-12T16:57:17+00:00 2016-05-12T16:57:17+00:00

Stone Roses share "All for One," first new recording in 20 years


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

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