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Oh dear:
“his weakest since Kill Uncle”
“the album is often musically splendid...”
5 out of 10

Related item:
Mike Joyce is running a competition to win a slipmat or bag:

The items have made it in to record shops too (availability unknown):



A general discussion point, but could well go in collector's corner too - looks like there's a quantity of items to collect alongside the box set.
Several IG posts would imply the items will be given away with the set - let's hope so.

(source: Joyce & various Instagrams).
Morrissey unveils ‘Spent The Day In Bed’ video starring Joey Barton and announces pop-up shops - NME

Spend The Day In Camden'

Morrissey has unveiled the new video for comeback single ‘Spent The Day In Bed’ starring footballer Joey Barton. He’s also announced details of special pop-up shops for fans.

Last month, the footballer shared a photo of his time with Morrissey and revealed that they’d been shooting a video together. Now, he’s shared the official clip for the launch single of his comeback album ‘Low In High School’.

Filmed at the 142 year-old Peckham Liberal Club, ‘Spent The Day In Bed’ was directed by Sophie Muller (Beyoncé, Kings Of Leon, Blur, The Killers and...
Cryptic tweet:

The reported locations of pop-up shops as part of Low in High School's promotion.
Moz is playing Night 2!
Dec. 10
Tickets on sale Friday at noon!

KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas 2017

Tickets go on sale to KROQ Street Team members on Friday, October 20th at 12pm PT via You must be a member of the KROQ Street Team (sign up here) in order to receive the password you’ll need to purchase tickets. If you sign up late or don’t receive the password, it’ll be displayed here Friday at 12:15pm. There is no presale – all tickets will be available for purchase at this time.
Sean Hughes: comedian dies aged 51 - The Guardian
Sean Hughes: Comedian, actor and writer dies aged 51 - BBC News
Sean Hughes dead: Irish comedian and Never Mind the Buzzcocks captain dies aged 51 - The Independent

I just heard the news that Irish comedian / actor, also a fellow Morrissey fan, passed away.

Details hasn't been emerged yet, just shocked the sad news.

You can read the transcribed interview in November 1999.

James Murphy Knows He's Not Getting Any Younger - Noisey / VICE

Does how Morrissey has become affect your enjoyment of his music?

I met Morrissey once, you know. I interviewed him for a magazine in 2001. He was exactly as you'd imagine: standoffish, prickly, fussy, but OK really. He was terrifying to me because I'd been such a big fan. I finished his autobiography which is almost unreadable. I didn't understand a lot of the background to him being decried as a racist or a xenophobe. He denies it but also doesn't make that many compelling arguments for you to give him a break on it either. But his relationship with the UK music press feels a bit witch-hunty to me. I just got hatcheted recently by somebody who wilfully took stuff that I said out of context just so that they had a story—and you can smell it on these guys—so I can imagine most journalists being...

One week ago Jupiter Keyes (HEALTH) was wearing (the same?) Morrissey-Shirt too.