Listen to Ian Brown’s chilled-out new single ‘From Chaos To Harmony’

It follows swiftly on from his October-released track 'First World Problems'

Ian Brown has continued the lead-up to the forthcoming release of his new solo album ‘Ripples’ by sharing its second single ‘From Chaos To Harmony’ – check out the brand new track below.

The Stone Roses frontman will release his seventh studio solo album on February 1, which he announced back in October along with its lead single ‘First World Problems’. It’ll be Brown’s first solo album since 2009’s ‘My Way’.

‘From Chaos To Harmony’ features Brown himself playing wah-wah guitar, and you can listen to the chilled-out song below via Spotify.


‘Ripples’ has been produced by Brown, with the 55-year-old writing the majority of the LP’s tracks. Three of the songs were co-written with his sons, while one of the tracks, ‘Black Roses’, is a Barrington Levy cover – check out the full tracklist for the album below.

First World Problems
Black Roses
Breathe and Breathe Easy (The Everness Of Now)
The Dream And The Dreamer
From Chaos To Harmony
It’s Raining Diamonds
Blue Sky Day
Soul Satisfaction
Break Down The Walls (Warm Up Jam)

Brown’s video for ‘First World Problems’ – which dropped back in early November – saw the musician harking back to the clip for his 2001 solo single ‘F.E.A.R.’ through a backwards bicycle ride.