Morrissey has revealed his new album is “not scheduled” to drop in February 2023.
The Smiths musician had been set to launch his 14th solo album ‘Bonfire of Youngsters’ early subsequent 12 months, however now he is introduced a change of plans.
In a short assertion on his official Morrissey Central web site, he stated: “‘Bonfire of Youngsters’ is not scheduled for a February launch, as said by this web site.
“Its destiny is completely within the palms of Capitol Data (Los Angeles).”
Saying the gathering again in Might 2021, Morrissey described the album was the “finest album of my life”.
He had been dropped by label BMG in 2020, which he stated was “completely consistent with the relentless galvanic horror of 2020”.
He wrote on the time: “That is completely consistent with the relentless galvanic horror of 2020. We’d be critically insane to count on something optimistic.
“My three albums with BMG have been the perfect of my profession, and I stand by them until loss of life. Recording them has been a pivotal interval in my life, and I thank the earlier BMG crew and everybody concerned for that.
“It is nonetheless essential to me to do music my very own means, and I would not wish to be on a label that dictates so particularly how their artists ought to behave – particularly when the phrase ‘expertise’ is notably by no means talked about.”
When he introduced ‘Bonfire of Youngsters’, the singer stated it might be “out there to the best (or lowest) bidder”, with Capitol being unveiled for the US, though a UK launch is but to be confirmed.
Morrissey has performed various songs from the album dwell this 12 months, together with ‘I AM Veronica’, ‘Rebels With out Applause’, ‘Kerouac’s Crack’ and extra.
Final month, it was revealed Andrew Watt has produced the gathering, with Iggy Pop, Miley Cyrus and Crimson Sizzling Chili Peppers duo Flea and Chad Smith all that includes on the file.