The Stone Roses have confirmed that all their reunion shows will go ahead as planned following the band's first public fall out last night (June 12).
Fans were left in doubt about the band's reunion today after they were forced to cut their gig in Amsterdam short last night (June 12).
The Manchester band played to a sold-out crowd at the Heineken Music Hall when it is reported that drummer Reni walked out before the encore.
The band, who reunited earlier this year were expected to return for an encore of 'I Am the Resurrection' but it seems Reni was having none of it.
Ian Brown returned to the stage and told the crowd about the situation: "The drummer's gone home. I'm not joking, the drummer's gone home.''
He added: "Get all your aggro out on me, I can take it. What can I say, the drummer's a c**t."
A spokesperson for the band refused to comment on the incident, but confirmed to us that all planned future performances will go ahead.
The band are due to play three-sold out dates at Manchester's Heaton Park later this month
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