A STONE Roses tribute act will perform at a Carlisle venue later this year.

Dubbed 'The Second best Stone Roses in the World' by Mani, the Roses' bassist, The Clone Roses will perform at The Old Fire Station this November. 

The band's act is a tribute to the iconic alternative band that rose to fame in the early 90s, becoming widely popular across the country. 

The Clone Roses have recently celebrated their 25th anniversary in front of a 6000+ crowd at Heaton Park.

They have performed at 'iconic' venues across the UK, replicating classic shows from The Stone Roses career. 

A spokesperson said: "From selling out Blackpool Empress Ballroom to performing the iconic Spike Island site on the banks of the river Mersey in front of a sell-out 15,000-strong crowd, the band has become hugely popular amongst Roses fans old and new.

"Joining The Clones will be leading James tribute band “The James Experience” Delivering an authentic tribute to one of the most influential bands from the Manchester scene, The James Experience is quite literally a must-see for any James fan."