We will soon have The Stone Roses touring around Europe, but the Manchester group is also in the news for a film, “ Spike Island”, which will be out in November. The film tells the story of a band that rises to stardom in the early 90s, even before having a record contract. The story sounds familiar, doesn’t it? The band’s live resurrection may even bring us a handful of new songs. “They have at least three or four songs recorded”, said Chris Coghill, the film’s scriptwriter, in a recent statement to the BBC. " Mani and Ian Brown said, 'Whatever we can do to help.' Essentially, it's my love letter to The Stone Roses and being 16 years old in 1990 in Manchester. There's a little bit of me in all the boys", added the writer about the film. This coming 8th and 9th June, in their warm-up shows at Razzmatazz, we’ll be able to see whether the band is up for playing any of these new unreleased songs that Coghill claims to have already heard.