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After 20 years, The Stone Roses have released a new single

The band’s last new music came in 1995 on the b-side to Ten Storey Love Song.

Ian Brown of The Stone Roses
Ian Brown of The Stone Roses
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PIONEERING ENGLISH ROCK band The Stone Roses have released their first new single in 20 years.

Announced just this afternoon, All For One, went live at 8pm this evening on Spotify, being played on BBC Radio One by DJ Annie Mac.

The band’s last new music came in 1995 on the b-side to Ten Storey Love Song.

They reformed in 2011, playing Dublin’s Phoenix Park a year later, and had pledged new music.

The Stone Roses recorded just two albums and their 1989 self-titled debut is regarded as a seminal work, fusing psychedelic pop with dance music.

With tracks such as Fool’s Gold and I Wanna Be Adored, they were one of the leading lights of the “Madchester” indie scene in the late 1980s and early 1990s, alongside acts like Happy Mondays and The Charlatans.

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