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Text is very small, so transcribed it - punctuation (give or take some eye strain) as per the writer.

Transcribed by myself:

"He who cannot be mentioned is releasing an album. No, not Laurence Fox but Steven Patrick Morrissey, but he'd likely be as controversial on Question Time. If you hadn't noticed, he's a bit of a pariah around these parts. Banished by townsfolk to his LA apartment to think seriously about what he's done and consider before he speaks.
Like that will ever happen. He is a law unto himself and always has been. The dame is not for turning. Well except musically perhaps. Because this, his 13th album (unlucky for some) is quite the left turn.
Dear reader, this writer genuinely believed he'd pressed play on the wrong album because it arrived with a scatter gun synthetic drum beat and keyboard like an early Prodigy record but then in comes that...
Official site just now....

Links posted by Mozmar:


Morrissey announces his most unlikely run of dates ever, a not-to-be-missed, sure-to-be-life-changing residency "Viva Moz Vegas" at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip this summer.

The following performances go on sale Friday, Feb. 28 at 10am PT at
  • Friday, June 26
  • Saturday, June 27
  • Wednesday, July 1
  • Friday, July 3
  • Saturday, July 4
Morrissey, once voted the second-greatest living British cultural icon (behind David Attenborough and before Paul McCartney), takes...
I recently wrote a brief exploration of how drastically Morrissey's ticket sale figures have plummeted in the UK, with special attention given to the startlingly low sales for the upcoming Leeds gig.

With two weeks to go until the show, huge quantities of seats remain unsold in some of the best blocks in the venue while standing floor tickets also remain.

Full article can be seen online here.
I've not heard the song but the lyrics are highlighted in the Mojo review of Heaton's new album, 'Manchester Calling'.
Marr is praised for being 'cool'. Profound stuff!
John M

The review being cited via FWD.
Found a clipping on Twitter. not much of a review but it is positive.