May 12, 2016

An upbeat song released on a Thursday and after a two decade wait? We'll take it. Rolling Stone:

The Stone Roses released a rollicking new alt-rock song "All For One" on Thursday. It marks the British band's first original track since 1994. The single is upbeat Britpop with layered, winsome vocals recalling those on Oasis' "Champagne Supernova."

One reviewer called this song "sex on toast." Give a listen and share what you think and what you're listening to in comments.

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