The Stone Roses are quickly approaching their upcoming batch of reunion tour dates, and now, reports suggest those concerts will coincide with their first new album in 22 years.

The English alt-rockers intend to release a new album sometime this summer, according to the Mirror. “[Frontman] Ian Brown and the lads have been busy getting their next album ready,” an unidentified source told the U.K. tabloid. “It will be album number three. It’s a long time coming but they feel the time is right now. They’ve been back in the studio. Everyone is excited about it.”

The Stone Roses released their self-titled debut in 1989. They followed suit with Second Coming in 1994 before breaking up two years later. The band reunited for a series of live dates around their hometown, Manchester, in 2011.

The Stone Roses' long-awaited third album will reportedly arrive around the same time as their latest set of reunion gigs this summer. Those kick off with a two-night stay in Tokyo on June 2 and 3. Then, the band will play four nights in Manchester; one night in Perthshire, Scotland; and one night in Dublin. They’ll also hit New York City’s Madison Square Garden on June 30. Find details below:

The Stone Roses Tour
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

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