Published May 12, 2016The Stone Roses have been hinting for a while now that something major is in the works. Last year, after plastering the UK with posters of a lemon logo, the band announced their live return. Now, the mysterious citrus-y posters have returned — and this time, they're marking the arrival of the band's first new song in more than 20 years.
Frontman Ian Brown confirmed that the group has been recording new music, and now the first listen is set to arrive in the form of a new single later today (May 12). The band announced the news on social media, revealing that the new track would be getting released 8 p.m. GMT (or 3 p.m. EDT).
THE STONE ROSES WILL RELEASE A NEW SINGLE TONIGHT AT 8PM pic.twitter.com/oHYrmgwYYE— The Stone Roses (@thestoneroses) May 12, 2016
It marks the band's first new material since 1994's Second Coming, and according to Brown, the new stuff has been sounding "like a dream."
The Stone Roses' career was explored a few years back in a documentary dubbed Made of Stone. Check back at 3 p.m. EDT to hear the band kick off the next chapter in their career when the new single drops.
UPDATE (5/12, 3 p.m.): The track has arrived. It's a Paul Epworth-produced song titled "All for One," and you can give it a spin below. You can also purchase it both digitally and as a 7-inch over here.