Psychedelic Madchester men the Stone Roses have unveiled the latest single from their “glorious” (according to singer Ian Brown) comeback album. “Beautiful Thing” is a seven-minute epic full of swirling guitars, excitable tambourines and luscious drum rolls.

It’s the second track off the as-yet-untitled new LP from the Roses, expected sometime in 2016. “All for One” — a rollicking musketeers battle call — made the rounds in May 2016. The song was their first recording as a band since 1994’s Second Coming.

The “I Want To Be Adored” artists briefly chatted with NME in spring 2016, noting that the recording sessions were “like a dream.” Their headquarters are at London’s Church Studios, owned by pop producer Paul Epworth (U2, Coldplay). There’s no indication as to when the full-length will be available, but “Beautiful Thing” can now be purchased online, with a 12-inch vinyl version to be released July 22, 2016.

Fans had hoped to hear new material from Brown and Co. in 2012, when the group reunited for a spate of concerts, including appearances at the Coachella and Pukkelpop festivals. The tour lasted well into 2013 and earned mixed reviews.

The 33-year-old group announced a small cluster of live dates but were forced to cancel their June 2-3 shows in Japan because drummer Alan “Reni” Wren fell and fractured two ribs. The Stone Roses are expected to fulfill the remaining dates, including a June 30 stop at Madison Square Garden in New York City with Rodrigo y Gabriela.

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