Morrissey Says New Album Wrapped, No Label to Release It
Morrissey has announced his new album is ready. However, so far he doesn’t have a record label for releasing it.
The former singer for the Smiths has hinted his first new set since 2009 was complete and that it was getting a bit frustrating not having everything sorted out in terms of how to get his album into stores.
In a statement on True-to-you.net Morrissey wrote that the follow up for “Years Of Refusal” (his last album) is done. It’s wildly fluttering against the bars. I still don’t have a record label for it and the years are shuffling like cards. DIY is not one of my talents.
He also said that his recent interview with BBC Radio 4, where Morrissey also used the term “benefit scroungers” to describe Britain’s Royal Family before the Prince William and Kate wedding, had been edited quite heavily.
He wrote, if the interview sounded cropped and chopped, it’s because it really was. I spoke fluently in regards to the royal dreading. However my views were all confiscated by their Iranian censorship. It is quite distressing that in 2011 the British media only wants to hear the old same feelings and thoughts expressed repeatedly.
Morrissey’s statement in its entirety can be read at True-to-you.net.
The singer meanwhile announced details recently for three new July dates. On July 5 he will perform at Stoke Victoria Hall, on July 7 at O2 Academy Leeds and on July 8 at Middlesbrough Town Hall.
On Friday May 13 tickets will be going on sale at 9 am. For all the newest listings and to check on availability for Morrissey tickets, visit NNM.com/tickets or call 0871-230-1094.