Always Remember Me

  • In this melancholic and nostalgic number former Stone Roses vocalist Ian Brown looks back at his days with the Manchester band and in particular his relationship with guitarist John Squire.
  • Brown co-wrote this with a Japanese musician called Naoto Hiroyama, who's in a band called Orange Range. He explained to Clash Magazine that Hiroyama gave him the music, "we did our own drums but he gave me the keys and the guitars."

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