Speaking to NME.COM, a spokesperson for Squire said he was not involved in reunion of The Stone Roses, describing the reports as “unfounded from John Squire’s perspective”.

They added they that they could not comment on behalf of the rest of the band, but stated: “John is not initiating a reunion or tour.”

UPDATE: Daily Mail:

Reports that Ian Brown is to rejoin his former group The Stone Roses for a summer tour have been denied by the singer’s publicist today.

It was claimed that the band would be reuniting after convincing lead singer Brown to return.

However a spokesperson for the 46-year-old said today, ‘We know nothing about a reunion. Ian is working on his new studio album which is due out later this year.’


The Stone Roses have at least 21 nights scheduled for a comeback tour in the UK and America this summer, according to the reports in the Mirror. Despite frontman Ian Brown telling journalists last summer there was “no chance… not in the next three lifetimes” of his former band reuniting, today’s report claims a tour is planned to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the band’s eponymous debut album.

The article claims that guitarist John Squire managed to convince the reluctant frontman to rethink his position on a reunion. A source apparently told the Mirror, “It’s taken a lot of time to get Ian to agree but he’s finally signed the dotted line. The rest of the band were up for it, especially when they realised the amount of money on the table.”

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