Today (his Mother's birthday), sees the first track from the Central-asserted single release.
There is currently no sign of the B-side or the upgraded Tim Broad video.
Should they appear later - see this thread for updates.
First appearing in Japan via YouTube and Amazon, the 'single' is now available for purchase in the UK and the audio is on YouTube.
Also via Amazon France, Germany and Italy etc. - although the US site isn't listing it currently.
It is also on Spotify and other services will undoubtedly follow.
The live video appeared later in the day:
Posted by GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn:
7" single now available for pre-order on MPorium UK and EU.
The genre-blurring trailblazer pushing for greatness.
“There’s a lot of Kanye West, Smashing Pumpkins, Warped Tour shit,” he says of his influences. “Anything from Manchester! The Smiths, New Order, all the stuff that felt really Britpop-py. I remember working with [British producers] Hoskins and the 23rd for [2019 single] ‘Napster’ and I was like, ‘I want it to feel like Manchester and Compton had a baby. I want it to be like if Morrissey was black’. I wanted to do something that felt like that,” he pauses, laughing. “I think Morrissey would really hate that.”
Alain Whyte has been doing covers of a lot of the songs him and Morrissey had worked on over the years. Great to hear them stripped down to their acoustic origins. I hope they collaborate again. To me, Alain was Morrissey's best collaborator. But anyways here's his take on King Leer. Kill Uncle is very underrated
In case anyone needs some mellow tunes to serenade their brood...
Babies Go Morrissey.
Sweet Little Band. Morrissey para beb
1 - First of the gang to die 00:00
2 - Everyday Is Like Sunday 03:10
3 - Let Me Kiss You 06:26
4 - Back on the Chain Gang 09:13
5 - Spent the Day in Bed 12:09
6 - Alma Matters 15:36
7 - Suedehead 18:28