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Mon: Miles Kane Releases New Single

Tue: Stone Roses Officially Over


The Stones Roses: Over Forever


The Stone Roses, and more specifically their future, has been called in to question over recent years. Now, via a recent interview with the Guardian, John Squire has confirmed that they are no more.

“Don’t be sad it’s over, be happy that it happened” were the words lead singer Ian Brown left with the crowd as their Glasgow 2017 gig came to an end. When questioned by The Guardian, who enquired about the end of the band, Squire bluntly replied: “yeah.”

He now promotes a new art show at Newport Street Gallery, London. Ian Brown, we learn, has not been invited to its launch.

Sorry to be the bearer of band news…



NEW Miles Kane Single

‘Blame It On The Summertime’ could not have dropped more poignantly. The passing summer means the end of festival season and a bout of strong weather, a sad time indeed.

Kane’s new single is about feeling stuck in a relationship which has become toxic, exploring instead themes of clarity and newfound hope. Having recently played This Feeling TV and numerous festivals across the country, he returns to the smaller live setting in October:


09 – Chinnerys, Southend

10 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

11 – SWX, Bristol

12 – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester Academy 1 (Headlining)

14 – The Welly Club, Hull

16 – Electric Ballroom, London

17 – The Wardrobe, Leeds

18 – The Boiler Shop, Newcastle

19 – Liquid Room, Edinburgh

Listen to the track below:




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