I figured Charlie Brown was kind of emo, but I really should know he’s more old-school than that. While Chuck lacks the impressive coif of Morrissey, Moz’s lyrics fit into Peanuts comics all too well, as evidenced by This Charming Charlie. ‘I would go out tonight but I haven’t got a stitch to wear’ takes on a whole new meaning when you consider that Charlie Brown has worn the same shirt for his entire existence.
In the recent BBC documentary Victoria Wood’s Nice Cup Of Tea, Morrissey had an opinion about everything tea-related (‘Nobody ever says, I’ll make you a horrible cup of tea’) or not (‘The reason why Hitler didn’t get us was because of tea and nothing else’). It’s all perfectly mundane and completely fascinating at the same […]
Wonderful illustrations by Annika Huskamp and beautiful words by Morrissey. Let Me Kiss You is a delightful little book you can read out loud or sing along to.
Morrissey, the solo artist and former member of the iconic band The Smiths, does not conform to mainstream ideals. So this website, which compiles a collection of his media interviews, provides an enlightened insight into the musician’s brutally honest viewpoint on creativity, fame and introspection. Much in the same way his sometimes shocking songs do.
The San Antonio-based trio, Girl In A Coma, were chosen by Joan Jett for her Blackheart Records label and have toured extensively with Morrissey, at the personal invitation of the man who penned the song that inspired their name. After releasing a series of three Adventures in Coverland EPs on 7-inch vinyl this April, Girl […]