Morrissey has announced some Canadian tour dates.
Morrissey has released a deluxe edition of Low in High School on Spotify and Apple Music.
Morrissey will release a new cover album, titled California Son, early next year. The track listing can be found below.
Morrissey performed “Back on the Chain Gang” on Corden last night.
Morrissey published a bat-shit stupid interview on his website and also shared a new unreleased song called “By the Time I Get to Wherever I’m Going.”
Morrissey has taken to YouTube to address the “haters that derailed” his new album. It’s always somebody else’s fault, isn’t it Moz?
Shirley Manson of Garbage has responded to Morrissey’s ridiculous interview over the weekend like we all should, with a giant “fuck you.”
Morrissey canceled an outdoor show in California over the weekend because the on stage heater broke and it was too cold.
I’m wondering if “Morrissey cancels” are the two words I’ve typed together the most often over the course of writing about music. Probably.
Morrissey has shared his new track “I Wish You Lonely.”
Morrissey has released a video for “Spent the Day in Bed.”
Morrissey played seven songs from his upcoming album at a BBC concert. And between songs he made comments implying that the recent UKIP elections were rigged against anti-Islam candidate Anne Marie Waters.
Morrissey has announced some new tour dates.
Morrissey will release his new album, Low in High School, on November 17th. Today he’s debuted the new single “Spent the Day in Bed” and pre-orders are now up.
Morrissey will release his new album, Low in High-School, on November 17th via BMG. The album was produced by Joe Chiccarelli.
Morrissey is mad that HMV put “one per customer” stickers on The Smiths’ “The Queen Is Dead” vinyl single:
This sticker was not requested by the Smiths, and cannot be found on any other HMV stock, and therefore exists for “The Queen Is Dead” only.
But why is it there?
An attempt to freeze sales is, of course, an overwhelming insult to the Smiths … as if artistic freedom must struggle in our current culture of banality … as if only counterfeit emotions may apply.
Or maybe it’s so someone doesn’t buy a bunch and put them on eBay and fans can’t get them in stores? I dunno, just a guess.