The Stone Roses Confirm Reunion Tour
Ian Brown has stated the band "are going to rule the world again"...
Legendary Manchester rockersThe Stone Roses have confirmed they are reuniting for a string of shows.
Following reports Ian Brown and Co were planning to reform, the Fool's Gold hitmakers announced at a press conference in London today that they will be playing two shows in Manchester on 29-30 June, before embarking on a world tour.
Brown, along with guitarist John Squire, drummer Alan 'Reni' Wren and bassist Gary 'Mani' Mounfield confirmed the news at the Soho Hotel, stating that during the gigs they will be playing new material, their first since 1995.
Speaking of the reunion, Brown told The Sun: "We are going to rule the world again. It's happening."
When asked by Digital Spy if fans can expect a new album, Brown revealed: "We hope so. But we said that before, didn't we?" adding that the money to reunite has "been on the table for years."
The F.E.A.R. singer also admitted that the group have decided to reform because: "In times like this you can uplift people... This is a live resurrection, and you're invited, so you better be there."
Tickets for The Stone Roses reunion shows will go on sale this Friday, October 21 at 9am.