Morrissey announces title and release date for new studio album

Morrissey has announced details of his new studio album. A post on the quasi-official fansite, True To You, reveals the album will be called World Peace Is None of Your Business. The post continues by saying that a release date has been provisionally set for late June/early July worldwide by Harvest Records thru Capitol. Morrissey is said to be "beyond ecstatic" with the album, all 12 tracks of which were produced by Joe Chiccarelli in France.

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Morrissey has announced details of his new studio album.

A post on the quasi-official fansite, True To You, reveals the album will be called World Peace Is None of Your Business.

The post continues by saying that a release date has been provisionally set for late June/early July worldwide by Harvest Records thru Capitol. Morrissey is said to be “beyond ecstatic” with the album, all 12 tracks of which were produced by Joe Chiccarelli in France.

At the end of last year, Morrissey’s guitarist Jesse Tobias here told Uncut that the singer had two albums worth of songs ready to record.

Morrissey’s last studio album was Years Of Refusal in 2009.


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