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Is this official or just the official page sharing an unofficial fan video? You tell me.
Just to confirm that 'Spent the Day in Bed' failed to chart in the UK last week. This is the first time a lead-off single from one of Morrissey's albums has failed to crack the Top 100 in the UK ('World Peace' managed to get to #83).

Do you think it might do better next week following the TV coverage on Jools Holland?
Morrissey volta ao país em abril de 2018 - Destak Jornal

Argentina, Brazil, chile. April 2018.

Excerpt (Google Translate to English):

The indie marathon of the Brazilian Lollapalooza in March 2018 will not be the only menu of the first half for fans of the genre. Morrissey comes to the country the following month. Dates and locations are being defined.
Found this on Twitter.
(definitely a case of don't shoot the messenger!)

Different poster:

Doesn't seem any different to the version we all know and love. Still has the slight tape hiss at the beginning. Quite perfect as it is, though.

Related item:

You Have Killed Me / I Wish You Lonely / Spent The Day In Bed / Speedway / Istanbul / Ganglord / Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up On The Stage / Back On The Chain Gang / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / The Bullfighter Dies / When You Open Your Legs / Jack The Ripper / Home Is A Question Mark / All The Young People Must Fall In Love / My Love, I'd Do Anything for You (not played) / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris (not played)

Setlist provided by @NeilW70 / Twitter.


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