The Stone Roses have released their first new material since 1995.
The indie band's upbeat comeback single, All For One, precedes a number of live shows this summer.
All For One is the band's first new material since 1995 before they split.
In 2011 the band reunited but it has taken a further five years for them to release any original material.
This is despite plenty of hints that they were working on new music.
According to the BBC, singer Ian Brown said in 2011: "It's not a trip down memory lane, not at all. We are doing new songs."
Last year, bassist Gary "Mani" Mounfield told Gigslutz that the band had "been working on a few bits" and a new album was coming in "2015 man, 2015!"
The band had dropped hints about a comeback single earlier in the week, with the band's famous yellow lemon logo appearing on billboards around their home town of Manchester.
All For One was recorded at Church Studios in London and was produced by Paul Epworth.
The band's fans have praised the song's bouncy, catchy chorus and throwback psychedelic pop sound.
Ian, John Squire, Mani and Alan "Reni" Wren are setting off on tour in June and July.
They recently had to cancel two upcoming gigs in Tokyo after drummer Reni fractured his ribs - meaning he will need at least a month to recover.
However, the foursome will still perform gigs in Manchester, New York, T In The Park and Dublin over the summer.