Stone Roses fans invited to appear in new film

Fans in London-area wanted for re-issue clip

Fans of The Stone Roses have a chance to appear in a new ‘video’ for the classic band.

Despite having split in 1996, fans of the band in the London and the south east area are wanted for a clip for TV which is being filmed this Thursday (July 23).

The short clip will promote the reissue of the band’s 1989 debut, ‘The Stone Roses’, on August 10.


Anyone interested in appearing in the video should email with the following information:

Full Name
Date of birth
Recent Colour Photograph
Mobile Telephone Number

Travel costs will not be covered, and the shoot lasts the whole day.

Meanwhile with the band are also reissuing a series of classic singles on seven-inch and as downloads, with a fan-driven Facebook campaign already hoping to push 1989 single ‘Fools Gold’ up the charts on its release.


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