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Ian Brown Shares 'Ripples' Second Single From Chaos To Harmony

Friday, 04 January 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Ian Brown has released From Chaos To Harmony, the second single from his upcoming seventh solo studio album. 

It's a chilled out song that features the Stone Roses frontman playing wah-wah guitar and follows up the record's lead single, First World Problems

Brown will release 'Ripples' on February 1, having been joined by his sons in the studio. Shelving his duties with The Stone Roses for the time being, it’ll be his first solo album since 2009’s 'My Way'.





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