Tomorrow’s Hampden Park gig could be the last for The Stone Roses, with widespread rumours of a fallout within the band surrounding their Wembley date last weekend.
Twitter user @mainlymanchester tweeted the rumour last night, saying: “Saturday is going to be The Stone Roses last ever live show”
Replies to the tweet hinted at a riff that will see them split after reforming for their famous Heaton Park gigs in 2012. Since then, they’ve played gigs at Glasgow Green, Manchester’s Etihad Stadium and many more appearances including two dates at Leeds First Direct Arena on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.
The rumours may have been given pace after it was reported Ian Brown walked straight off the stage at Wembley last Saturday whilst the best of the band embraced.
The same user tweeted later that we should expect solo music from Ian Brown in 2018, his latest album My Way was released in 2009.
They’ll return to the city of their famous Glasgow Green gigs in 1991 and 2013 this weekend. At the latter of those, bassist Mani expressed how he felt Glasgow was “the second best city in the world”.
Support will come from native Glaswegian’s Primal Scream, who Mani played with previous to the reunion of The Stone Roses in late 2011.