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Never miss another 'The Stone Roses' show
The Stone Roses + Primal Scream + Jake Bugg + The View
Following their triumphant return this Summer, The Stone Roses have confirmed three new shows for June 2013.
The quartet are set to play two nights in London's Finsbury Park on June 7th and 8th, and one show at Glasgow Green on June 15th.
The Stone Roses - Ian Brown, John Squire, Gary 'Mani' Mounfield and Alan 'Reni' Wren - were one of the pioneering bands of the 'Madchester' scene in the late '80s-early '90s. Their eponymously named debut album, released in 1989, is still regarded as one of the greatest British albums of all time. The Stone Roses eventually split in 1996 following the departures of both Reni and John Squire. In 2012, the original members finally put aside their differences to stage one of the most acclaimed reunion tours in rock music history.
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Loaded with a massive eclectic body of work, from their early C86 jangly guitar releases to the ambient baggy indie-rock sound of their Mercury Prize winning 'Screamadelica', their mid-career pastiche of the Rolling Stones, right through to their later more experimental dance-based material, ten albums later, Bobby Gillespie and the boys are forever movin' on up.
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Jake Bugg's incredible ascent began in 2012 when his self-titled debut album entered the UK charts at number one (aged 18, making him the youngest British male artist ever to achieve this), going on to sell double platinum and get shortlisted for the UK Mercury Music Prize.
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The Scottish shimmering indie-rock four-piece landed themselves a Mercury Music Prize nominated no.1 debut album 'Hats Off To Buskers' in 2007 and have never looked back since. They celebrated their tenth anniversary in 2015 and the tenth anniversary of their debut in 2017.
These guys might wear the same jeans, but five albums later their infectious blend of clashing guitars, swirling melodies, unexpected crescendos and psychedelic vocals show no signs of stopping, with a continual reputation as a captivating live band.
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