You Can Fire Morrissey, But You Will Never Break His Spirit

You Can Fire Morrissey, But You Will Never Break His Spirit


British music legend Morrissey was dropped from his record label BMG on Monday in a move that no fan of the crooner’s could find the least bit surprising. Long the target of vague claims of -isms, the Mancunian former Smiths front man was dispatched apparently to open up lanes for greater “diversity.”

Morrissey’s response was, well it was very Morrissey: “This news is perfectly in keeping with the relentless galvanic horror of 2020.”

The horror that Morrissey refers to here is surely not any loss of income or prestige, as he needs neither from BMG after four decades as a cultural icon. Rather, it is a horror for our culture itself. His sin, to put it in his own words, is that he will not change and he will not be nice. Thank God. Quite frankly, there clearly is no room for the last truly British, interesting, talented, and fearless man in Anglo pop music among the Mr. Shanklys

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