Retrofuzz creates website for The Stone Roses' resurrection

The Stone Roses

Digital agency Retrofuzz has created the new website for seminal Manchester band The Stone Roses, who are reforming after 15 years.

The Manchester-based agency had to keep its work a secret until the long-awaited news of the band's reunion was made official by Ian Brown and co at a press conference this afternoon.

Retrofuzz posted on Twitter: "Since we @retrofuzz were the only ones who could keep this secret, here's a link to the new @thestoneroses website..."

Agency director Jonathan McNamara described working on the site as a "career highlight".

He said: "I have been a fan of the band since I was a kid so I was ecstatic when we got the brief."

The site includes details of the band's two shows at Manchester's Heaton Park on Friday June 29 and Saturday June 30, 2012. These gigs will form part of a world tour.

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