She had various hair styles in 2018. It changed many times through that year. This is definitely an old photo. Look at Morrissey compared to now.But she didn’t have that hair in 2018 this is 2020 or after
so only the past 4 years? Surely his victim complex has run for much longer than that? I think most statements in the last 4 years have been on his own web site under the glorious control of PR nephew.You mean the last 4 years in which he was completely misunderstood and ALL statements of him were twisted in the media?
so you mean it's a pr gimmick? Does he really need a dull pop star to gain credit? Pop stars thicker than pig shitMiley might not have many fans round here, but I’m wondering what people make of her contribution here? Perhaps we must wait for the completed studio version before we make a final appraisal.
Putting aside some our reservations, it is still encouraging to see Morrissey bring some popular talent into the mix, which further suggests he is not quite a pariah within the industry, despite what the media might make out. For this reason, I’m glad Miley is on the track, and her role is appropriate given the deliberate, giddy pop direction of the track.
Surely we can expect the single to drop soon? Morrissey continues to be a mystery, and Bonfire remains my most anticipated album of the month/year/decade/delete as appropriate.
(Where is the A$AP track?)
Be open minded! Did you listen her last album? It’s a little bit rock sound. It’s something different from her past work. I think she’s not Disney girl anymore or whatever she was.
I don’t think it’s a cynical decision at all. Clearly, the two have some rapport and admiration for each other. I’m just pleased that Morrissey is able to do collaborations with big artists, as it shows a congenial side to him that sometimes goes unappreciated.