The Stone Roses may have played their final show over the weekend, nearly a year after headlining Madison Square Garden for the first time. Following their gig in Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, singer Ian Brown told the crowd: “Don’t be sad it’s over, be happy that it happened.” The Roses, who reunited in 2012 after decades of not playing together, released two singles in 2016, and there were rumors of a new record that was allegedly arriving this year. However, judging that their is nothing slated on their calendar following this weekend, the reports indicate that they are done again.
Interpol are celebrating the 15th anniversary of their acclaimed debut, Turn on the Bright Lights, with a series of concerts this summer around the globe. Now, the band will also celebrate the 10th anniversary of their third record, Our Love to Admire, their final with bassist Carlos D., in August with a massive reissue. Take a look at the trailer, below:
We’re excited to announce ‘Our Love To Admire’ will receive a special 10th anniversary release on Aug 18th... https://t.co/KnaIJKvhpV pic.twitter.com/w0fZtMtTry— Interpol (@Interpol) June 26, 2017
Every six years, Glastonbury takes one year off so Worthy Farm, the active dairy farm the festival is held can recover and function. However, festival curator and organizer Michael Evans said that if "a certain band" reunites, he would look to push the one year sabbatical. While he never specified who that headliner could be, rumors are that the names being tossed around are Oasis, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd.