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The Stone Roses debut first new single in over 20 years

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The Stone Roses are officially back: The English band debuted a new single, “All for One,” Thursday after a 20-year break.

The Stone Roses released their first album in 1989, and followed that up with 1994’s Second Coming before disbanding in 1996. They eventually got back together in 2011 and have been playing live shows since, though they’ve held off on releasing new music until now.

Per a release, the song was recorded in Church Studios in London and was produced by Paul Epworth.

The band’s set to perform in Manchester, New York, Dublin, and at Scotland’s T in the Park festival this summer. They haven’t yet announced if a full album will follow “All for One,” which you can hear below.