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2015/03/25



Morrissey's appearance on the Alan Carr: Chatty Man program which was scheduled for March 27th has been canceled, reportedly because Morrissey is "stuck in Belfast." Apparently Morrissey is having "transport issues" and cannot make it for the show's taping (the show was scheduled to tape earlier today). Carr himself announced the news on Twitter:



Meanwhile, Morrissey upset some fans at his show in Belfast after he made fun of the late Margaret Thatcher. Moz sang "Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead" while projecting a few pics of Thatcher on the screen, and later made some barbs about Queen Elizabeth. It's hard to imagine anyone attending a Morrissey show would be set off by this, considering it's par for the course at his shows, but whatever. Read more about the Belfast gig here.

Morrissey also announced he's releasing "Kiss Me A Lot" as a digital single tomorrow. The song appeared on 2014's World Peace Is None Of Your Business, and shortly after the record's release, Morrissey and label Harvest Records parted ways.  Though Moz is reportedly still without a label deal, and even though he's not listed on the artist roster for Atom Factory, he credits the Los Angeles based entertainment/artist management company for assisting with the "Kiss Me A Lot" digital release. The single will be available on iTunes (and presumably other digital outlets) tomorrow. Morrissey's official statement on the matter is posted below via True To You:

"I humbly ask for all and any support with this download release, which, has always been waiting in the wings if not for unpleasant circumstances familiar enough not to be repeated here. Thank you to Atom Factory for making this happen, and here's to sound reason, good times, and music that matters."



Published March 25th, 2015 @ 5:04 PM