Morrissey releases new single, “World Peace Is None of Your Business”

Morrissey has released the title track for his forthcoming album, World Peace Is None of Your Business, as a digital single. The accompanying video features spoken word version of the track and includes a cameo from Nancy Sinatra.

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Morrissey has released the title track for his forthcoming album, World Peace Is None of Your Business, as a digital single.

The accompanying video features spoken word version of the track and includes a cameo from Nancy Sinatra.

According to Pitchfork, the single is available as an iTunes download with pre-orders of the album.

iTunes are also carrying a full tracklist for the album, as well as an expected release date of July 14. It has been produced by Joe Chiccarelli in France and will be released by Harvest Records through Capitol.

Meanwhile, Cliff Richard has been speaking exclusively to Uncut about supporting Morrissey live in America. You can read our interview here.

The tracklisting for World Peace Is None of Your Business is:

World Peace Is None of Your Business
Neal Cassady Drops Dead
Istanbul
I’m Not A Man
Earth Is The Loneliest Planet
Staircase At The University
The Bullfighter Dies
Kiss Me a Lot
Smiler With Knife
Kick The Bride Down The Aisle
Mountjoy
Oboe Concerto
Scandinavia [Deluxe]
One Of Our Own [Deluxe]
Drag The River [Deluxe]
Forgive Someone [Deluxe]
Julie In The Weeds [Deluxe]
Art-Hounds [Deluxe]



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