The time being spent in the studio by the Stone Roses right now is like them ‘making their first record again’, according to Noel Gallagher.
“I am very excited, for them mainly,” Gallagher has told NME of the band’s long, long awaited third album recording sessions. “They’re going to play some new songs. I bumped into Ian in a supermarket recently.”
“Before it turned into a photo-shoot with everyone and their camera-phones, he was telling me how excited they are by it all. He said it was like they were making their first record again.”
After speculation surrounding new material restarted yet again last year with rumours of an album announcement which turned out to be news of more UK stadium and festival shows, the clamour for a third LP from the Stone Roses following their unlikely return back in 2012 finally got its wish when, outside Paul Epworth’s Church Studios in London last month, frontman Ian Brown confirmed they are working on ‘glorious’ new music.