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The Stone Roses return with new single ‘All For One’ – listen

Band reveal first new music in 21 years

The Stone Roses have revealed their new single ‘All For One’. Listen to the band’s first new material in two decades below.

Premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show this evening (12 May), the DJ revealed that the song was recorded at Church Studios in London and produced by Paul Epworth.

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Rumours about The Stone Roses returning with new music have circulated for years, with the band first reforming for a series of gigs in 2012. Four years later and the group will play a series of gigs and festival dates this summer, only this time there is new material to factor into the setlist.

Earlier this week a series of mysterious lemon adverts were displayed on billboards around the band’s hometown of Manchester. The iconic logo appeared on digital advertising boards around Manchester city centre on Tuesday morning (May 10) echoing a tactic first employed last year when the band announced a run of live gigs.

News that the band were holed up in London and working on their third studio album was confirmed by NME earlier this year.

Recent tabloid reports claimed that the group’s third album would arrive this summer to coincide with their upcoming live dates, which include four headline shows at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.

In addition to their Manchester headline shows, The Stone Roses have gigs lined up in Dublin, New York and Japan, as well as a headline slot at T In The Park.

See the Stone Roses’ current live schedule in full below.

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Manchester, Etihad Stadium (June 15, 17, 18, 19)
New York, Madison Square Garden (June 30)
T In The Park (July 8)
Dublin, Marlay Park (July 9)

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