The Stone Roses Announce First Shows In Three Years

3 November 2015 | 10:44 am | Staff Writer

They're back in a big way.

After teasing a big announcement this week, veteran English rock band The Stone Roses have revealed that they will be performing some huge gigs next year, their first in three years.

As Independent reports, the Manchester-founded group will perform two headline shows in their home town next June, followed by a headline set at the T In The Park festival the following month. 

UK fans immediately began to speculate when posters of the band's signature lemon logo were spotted throughout a number of places in Manchester on Monday. 

Meanwhile, the band have also reportedly registered a new touring company to be known as Man Touring Limited.

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As the Companies House website shows, each band member's name has been linked to the documents, which were registered just days before sightings of the lemon logo posters were seen. 

After forming in 1983, The Stone Roses only released two studio albums (The Stone Roses in 1989 and Second Coming in 1994), while the self-titled record was named the best British album of all time by NME in 2006. 

The band disbanded in 1996, before reforming in 2011. Though they did perform a number of live gigs, they did not release any new music so fans will no doubt have their fingers crossed for some fresh material ahead of their gigs next year.