A video clip has recently emerged on Reddit where Morrissey was seen falling over on stage during Irish Blood, English Heart, live in Killarney.
Morrissey is set to release a new album
Morrissey has revealed that he is in for a very big tour which will span the North American frontier. The frontman has revealed a schedule that would be his fall North American tour which starts on November 11 in Ontario, California and ends 13 days later on December 4 in Boston.
Morrissey’s new album Bonfire of Teenagers is still unreleased, but he played five songs from the album at a summer residency in Las Vegas: “I Am Veronica,” “Rebels Without Applause,” “Sure Enough, The Telephone Rings,” “I Live in Oblivion” and the title track were on played.
His last three albums were released through BMG, but his new project has no label partner for the project. It is produced by former Grammy producer of the year, Andrew Watt. Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and that band’s former guitarist Josh Klinghoffer are all noted to be on the album.
The album which was completed in May 2021 is looking for a possible bidder, and it has already received a co-sign from Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, who also worked with Watt, Smith, and Klinghoffer on his latest solo album, Earthling. Vedder said to a small group of journalists during an Earthling listening session that the Bonfire music “was some of the greatest Morrissey I’d heard since back when it was the greatest Morrissey. This was like solid, great Morrissey, the whole time.”
Fans can check out the Tour dates below:
Nov. 11: Ontario, Calif. (Toyota Arena)
Nov. 12: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)
Nov. 14-15: El Cajon, Calif. (The Magnolia)
Nov. 18: Oakland, Calif. (Fox Theater)
Nov. 22: Salt Lake City (The Union)
Nov. 23: Denver (Paramount Theatre)
Nov. 25: Minneapolis (Fillmore Minneapolis)
Nov. 26: Milwaukee (Riverside Theater)
Nov. 28: Washington, D.C. (The Anthem)
Nov. 30: Brooklyn, N.Y. (Kings Theatre)
Dec. 1: Newark, N.J. (New Jersey Performing Arts Center)
Dec. 4: Boston (MGM Music Hall at Fenway)