The reunited band is signed to a two-album deal, and their pal, Suede's Brett Anderson, told NME the band has "a couple" of songs already.
Well, maybe with a new album The Stone Roses will play Coachella and other North American dates.
We are waiting for you.
Anderson, who is soon to release acomeback album with his own band, revealed to NME that he had some inside information on the Manchester band's progress.
The Stone Roses, who originally split up in 1996, reunited last year and undertook a globetrotting reunion tour in 2012, including three sold-out gigs at Manchester's Heaton Park and a series of festival headline sets.
When the band reunited they signed a new two-album deal with Universal Records, but debuted no new material in their live sets last year.
Meanwhile, Suede will perform at Alexandra Palace in London on March 30. The gig announcement came at the end of a puzzle-style countdown Suede put on theirFacebook page in December.