The fact someone is still promoting things like this via their Official Facebook channel (aka Warners) with zero to sell was the interesting part of this - not the article itself.
The FB acc had long periods of inactivity and the Twitter equivalent has been 'protected' and inactive for a long time.
Thanks, I enjoyed reading this well-written and knowledgable article. I think the point was to explain the appeal and lasting effect of the Smiths and pay tribute to the contributions of all band members with a special focus on the Morrissey-Marr partnership which ensured that that the band was lifted into a creative realm that eventually embodied more than just the mundane sum of all parts.
There Is a Light is #4 on this list of 100 greatest hits of the 80s.
"Whatever the reasons, it’s long been held with deep affection by Smiths fans as their finest moment, even as to paraphrase another one of those, it came with the soil already beginning to fall over their heads as an enterprise. Rumours have long circulated that the subject of the song is Marr himself, but the true identity of the star crushed lovers remains a mystery."