The fact that Morrissey has stopped playing songs from Bonfire altogether seems to indicate that he's stopped bothering. In fact I think he prefers it to remain unreleased rather than Capitol releasing it without his approval.
He seems more focused on Without Music now, which is a good thing.
They rush-released it, apparantly against Morrissey's wishes, who had wanted and said Veronica to be the new single. Probably the Miley-problem was looming already then.
Then they failed to promote it adequately, which he wrote about earlier this year.
Of course the title track has nothing whatsoever to do with Capitol not releasing it. I can’t believe people keep suggesting this. They knew full well about the content of the title track long before they signed him and long before they released RWA.
The breakdown happened after the release of...
Der Spiegel and the Sunday Times were the last proper interviews he did back in 2017.
And whilst the latter went really well, the former was a disaster for him and the reason he stopped doing these things at all anymore. I think it’s a shame as The Sunday Times one proved that it can be done in...
That’s what we’ve been talking about yesterday on these pages. Morrissey only wants a deal and success on his own terms, not on any record company’s terms.
And yes, he sure will be thrilled with the success of this last mini tour and his ever increasing monthly listening public. Why wouldn’t...