Ian Brown reveals 'roses' artwork for new single 'Stellify'

Another new track also features 'roses' references

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Ian Brown has revealed the artwork for his comeback single 'Stellify'.

The cover (pictured) features a bunch of roses, with some hooped through a tambourine.

The former Stone Roses frontman is set to release the track on September 21, with new album 'My Way' following on September 28. 'Stellify' is not the only song on 'My Way' to feature what could be seen as references to Brown's former band.

Album track 'For The Glory' has the following lyrics: "Sing the song and bang the drum/Feel the need and just believe/The best is yet to come/I really should have told ya/I really wanna hold ya/You know you won't miss your water till the well runs dry.

"But when the bombs begin to fall/I didn't do it for the Roses/As I was striding 10 feet tall/Well that's another story/For the glory."

Brown is streaming new track 'Just Like You' online now at Ianbrown.co.uk.

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