Set to include a stack of demos and b-sides.
The tee features writer and civil rights activist James Baldwin.
“In that moment it seemed that with the right intention it could actually be done and might even be great.”
It’s an alt-rock fans’ dream.
“This game is the biggest social crusade of all as we safeguard the weak and helpless from violent human aggression,” said Morrissey.
The debut album will be released in September.
Looks like Moz is making his way down under again.
Plus, Smiths drummer Mike Joyce was in the crowd.
The stripped back cover is gorgeous, with a stark and emotional video to match.
‘You Are Mine’ is about teenage lust and it’s from their debut album ‘Let Me Get What I Want’.
King of the slashies, James Franco has just added another feather to his cap, that of recording artist, joining his alredy stacked collection of descriptors including actor, director, artist, poet and of course social media sex pest. The deal signed with Kobalt Music Group is for his band Daddy, that he plays in with multi-instrumentalist
The Australian government has directly responded to Morrissey‘s recent comments describing the country’s plans to cull feral cats as “taking idiocy too far“. Seeking to soothe the irate former frontman of The Smiths, threatened species commissioner Gregory Andrews has now penned a letter to both Morrissey as well as fellow animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot.
Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A., The Smiths and Chic are among 15 influential acts who have been announced as nominees for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame‘s class of 2016. Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A. and The Smiths all missed out on being inducted into the Hall Of Fame in 2015, despite being eligible for the
The Iain Duncan Smiths, a Smiths tribute band, have released Pig’s Mouth Strikes Again, a song parodying the internet’s current favourite story that British PM David Cameron stuck his penis in a dead pig’s mouth during his university days. No kidding, this is the story du jour. If you need a bit of context for
Enigmatic frontman of The Smiths, solo artist in his own right and noted defender of animal rights Morrissey has made his voice heard once again, this time labeling the feral cut cull by the Australian government as “taking idiocy too far.” The comments were posted on Morrissey’s fan zine True To You and are quoted
Founding member and former guitarist for British indie icons The Smiths, Johnny Marr, has unveiled a round of new dates for his impending Australian tour, after the first ones were postponed due to an ongoing family illness. The tunesmith is now due to visit our shores in July to perform four intimate shows. But there’s
Man, that James Franco is one talented cat. Sure he acts, but he also paints, writes poetry, and is making some pretty compelling music as one of half of avant garde conceptual art project Daddy. Along with design school pal Tim O’Keefe, the two are ready to drop Daddy’s third LP Let Me Get What
Johnny Marr, founding member of British icons The Smiths, has announced an Australian summer tour in 2015 in support of his second solo album Playland. After appearances at Falls Festival and sold-out shows in Sydney and Melbourne earlier this year, Marr will also play Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane on this trip, his first time playing
When former Pantera vocalist Phil Anselmo isn’t fronting Down or The Illegals — two of the heavy world’s heaviest — he likes to pay tribute to some of his heavy metal forebears, such as UK indie icons The Smiths. Just watch this performance of Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want. Anselmo and
With the mouldering state of print journalism in the new millennium, the ‘Greatest of All Time’ list has become the cornerstone of magazines’ cheap ploys at remaining relevant and drawing readers, with the UK’s NME the latest perpetrator, today unveiling their 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time. It’s not the first time a famous music