Published Oct 02, 2017Perpetual grump Morrissey stopped by BBC 6 Music earlier today (October 2) to record a live Maida Vale session. In addition to playing older cuts like "You Have Killed Me" and "World Peace Is None of Your Business," he also debuted a handful of tracks off his forthcoming Low in High School LP.
Moz gave fans a first listen to "I Wish You Lonely," "Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up on the Stage" and "Home Is a Question Mark," as well as performed recent single "Spent the Day in Bed." He even threw in a cover of the Pretenders' "Back on the Chain Gang."
Of course, Moz also threw in a couple political jibes in his between-song banter, commenting on the Catalonia referendum ("Free the bull from Spain. Free everybody from Spain.") and the UK Independence Party leadership election ("It was very interesting for me to see Anne Marie Waters become the head of UKIP. Oh no, sorry, she didn't. The voting was rigged. Sorry, I forgot.").
Listen to his complete radio appearance here, starting at the two-hour mark.
Low in High School arrives on November 17 via BMG.