Don’t Believe The Hype: Morrissey Was Not Dropped By His Record Label

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Last week, Morrissey fan site True To You sent the internet into a tizzy when it claimed to have learned that Moz was dropped from his label, Harvest Records, due to the performance of World Peace Is None Of Your Business. Turns out, discussing the relationship Morrissey has with his label is none of True To You‘s business.

Today, Billboard ran a news article that claims Morrissey has not been dropped from Harvest Records. After speaking with the label, the long-running industry publication has confirmed that World Peace is the first in a two-album deal the label has every intention of following through on. They’re not sure how the rumor of Moz’s departure began, but their hope is that this confirmation will squash it for good.

World Peace Is None Of Your Business is available now wherever music is sold. Morrissey is set to play the first show behind the album in Lisbon, Portugal, on October 6.

James Shotwell

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