LISTEN: The Stone Roses Unveil New Single: All For One

12 May 2016, 20:06 | Updated: 13 May 2016, 11:19

The Stone Roses - All For One (Official Audio)


The track marks the first new material the band have released in over 21 years... Is this a taster for the long-awaited third album?

The Stone Roses have unveiled their brand new single, All For One.

Listen to All For One below. You can buy All For One from iTunes here.

The Stone Roses released their new All For One single last night, and we all completely lost our minds over it. 

After all, we'd only waited a meagre 21 years, five months, seven days and 12 hours to hear new material from the Manchester band... OK, so we don't know exactly how many hours we waited, but it was a bloody long time!

Thanks to Radio X though, you all kept calm and carried on:

Social media was awash with our favourite zesty emoji, and absolutely everyone was talking about the single. 

From the intro, to the lyrics, to John Squire's epic guitar solo. No stone was left unturned.

See some of best responses to the new Stone Roses track below: 

This Is England's Vicky McClure tweeted her excitement after downloading the track:

Everyone was floored by John Squire's guitar skills, which got him trending UK-wide.

Radio X's own Clint Boon's even gave it his seal of approval:

We don't know about you, but we fancy another listen to the track.

Listen to the full audio below:

The Manchester band dropped the track on the radio at 8pm this evening (Thursday 12 May), making it the first new material they've released in over 21 years.

Let us know what you think of the single below:


The track follows the appearance of their trademark lemons across the UK, and the news that Mani told a fan to "keep listening to the radio" this week. 

The Paul Epworth-produced single follows their Second Coming LP, which was released in December 1994.

Meanwhile, the band are set for shows at Manchester's Etihad Stadium, Dublin's Marley Park and Scotland's T in the Park Festival this summer.

Fans can listen to the single on Spotify and download the track through iTunes. See the track's full artwork below: