Uncut is delighted to host an exclusive clip from the upcoming concert film, Morrissey 25: Live. Filmed live by director James Russell during Morrissey’s show at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles on 2 March 2013, Morrissey 25: Live is the artist's first authorised film for nine years and celebrates his 25th anniversary as a solo artist. Scroll down to watch Morrissey perform "Everyday Is Like Sunday" from the film.

Uncut is delighted to host an exclusive clip from the upcoming concert film, Morrissey 25: Live.

Filmed live by director James Russell during Morrissey’s show at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles on 2 March 2013, Morrissey 25: Live is the artist’s first authorised film for nine years and celebrates his 25th anniversary as a solo artist.

Scroll down to watch Morrissey perform “Everyday Is Like Sunday” from the film.

Morrissey 25: Live is in cinemas from August 24. Meanwhile, we celebrate Morrissey’s quarter century as a solo artist in the current issue of Uncut, where collaborators including Stephen Street, Mike Joyce, Clive Langer and Steve Lillywhite remember working with Morrissey on his early solo albums.

The tracklisting for Morrissey 25: Live is:

Alma Matters

Ouija Board, Ouija Board

Irish Blood, English Heart

You Have Killed Me

November Spawned A Monster

Maladjusted

You’re The One For Me Fatty

Still Ill

People Are The Same Everywhere

Speedway

That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore

To Give Is The Reason I Live

Meat Is Murder

Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want

Action Is My Middle Name

Everyday Is Like Sunday

I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris

Let Me Kiss You

The Boy With The Thorn In His Side

We are sorry, but this clip is available to viewers in the UK & Eire only.

Morrissey 25: Live is A Nineteen Fifteen and Eagle Rock Entertainment production, distributed to cinemas by More2Screen. For cinema listings and booking information, click here.

Photo credit: Scott Uchida

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