Ian Brown streams new album track online

He's also hooked up with a marching band for his comeback video

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Ian Brown has put a stream of new track 'Just Like You' online.

To listen to the track, taken from Brown's new album 'My Way', head to Ianbrown.co.uk now.

A scan of a handwritten letter from Brown also appears on the site, declaring that fans should "beg, steal, borrow or buy" the album.

"Everybody, please be aware my best album yet is to be released on September 28. Titled 'My Way', it contains something for everyone," the note says.

In other Brown news, the singer has enlisted the help of the 40-strong Northern Star marching band to film the video for his new single, 'Stellify'.

Shooting in Manchester yesterday (July 26), the video sees Brown and the marching band taking a tour of some of his old haunts, including the Aytoun tramlines in the city centre and the 'wastelands' by Prince's Bridge on the edge of Salford.

The single is released on September 21.

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