Morrissey, in the Razzmatazz

The singer and lyricist, ex-leader of legendary  Manchester band The Smiths, returns to Barcelona to present his eleventh solo album “World Peace Is None Of Your Business”

Just a few short months after visiting the Sant Jordi Club to present his latest release, Steven Patrick Morrissey, better-known as just Morrissey, returns to the city. Next Wednesday, the 29th of April in the Razzmatazz, the ex-leader of legendary Manchester band The Smiths will interpret songs from his latest album, World Peace Is None Of your Business, released in June of last year.

The charismatic singer, who published his successful Penguin autobiography two years ago, began his solo career in 1987 following the dissolution of The Smiths, a band that left behind a generous handful of hits destined for pop music posterity.

His first solo album, Viva Hate, published in 1988, included hits the likes of “Suedehead” and “Everyday Is Like Sunday”. Following a couple of not-so-well-received albums, the singer obtained significant critical acclaim with the 1992 release of Your Arsenal. Albums such as Vauxhall and I, 1994, and You Are The Quarry, from 2004, have kept Morrissey in the frontline of popular music with celebrated songs the likes of We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful, First Of The Gang To Die and Now My Heart Is Full.

World Peace Is None Of Your Business, which reached the number two spot on the British charts, was produced in France by Joe Chiccarelli. The singer returns to Barcelona to offer a career retrospective following his recent battle against cancer.

Morrisey

When: the 29th of April

Tickets: 55 €

Where: Sala Razzmatazz

More information here

 

Publication date: Monday, 20 April 2015
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