Listen to the Stone Roses’ New Song ‘All For One,’ Their First New Music Since 1994
Manchester guitar pop luminaries the Stone Roses debuted a new track today called “All for One." It's the first new music from them since 1994's Second Coming.
The song is the first to emerge from the Stone Roses' upcoming full-length, believed to arrive around June in time for the Roses’ reunion gigs. Listen to "All for One" below.
The Stone Roses released their self-titled debut in 1989, helping to spark the “Madchester” movement and they directly influenced bands like Blur and Oasis. They returned with Second Coming in 1994, but broke up just two years later.
Back in March, frontman Ian Brown revealed that the band were recording new songs at the Church Studios in London, describing the music as “glorious.” To tease the new single, NME reports that a series of mysterious lemon advertisements appeared on billboards around Manchester – reminiscent of what the Roses did last year before they announced a string of reunion shows.
The Stone Roses Tour Dates
June 2: Tokyo, JP – Nippon Budokan
June 3: Tokyo, JP – Nippon Budokan
June 15: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium
June 17: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium
June 18: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium
June 19: Manchester, UK – Etihad Stadium
June 30: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden *
July 8: Perthshire, UK – T in the Park
July 9: Dublin, IE – Marlay Park
* w/ Rodrigo y Gabriela
The Top 100 Albums of the '90s