Morrissey is an English singer-songwriter and musician from Davyhulme, Lancashire.
Starting his music career in 1977, as the frontman of punk bands The Nosebleeds and Slaughter & The Dogs, he would gain success as a member of The Smiths. The band would release four albums; ‘The Smiths’ in 1984, ‘Meat Is Murder’ in 1985, ‘The Queen Is Dead’ 1986, and ‘Strangeways, Here We Come’ in 1987, before they disbanded in 1987.
He launched his solo career in 1988, releasing his debut album, ‘Viva Hate’, which hit #1 in the UK Albums Chart. ‘Bona Drag’ followed in 1990, with ‘Kill Uncle’ being released in 1991, ‘Your Arsenal’ in 1992, ‘Vauxhall and I’ in 1994, ‘Southpaw Grammar’ in 1995 and ‘Maladjusted’ in 1997, being going on hiatus. He returned in 2004 with ‘You Are the Quarry’, which saw him return to the Top Five in the charts.
‘Ringleader of the Tormentors’ was released in 2006, followed by ‘Years of Refusal’ in 2009 and ‘World Peace Is None of Your Business’ in 2014. He is recognised for tracks like Irish Blood, English Heart, Suedehead, The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get, and My Love Life.
Morrissey returned with his 11th album 'Low in High School' in November 2017, which he supported with sold out shows across UK arenas.
Now, Morrissey has announced two homecoming concerts at Manchester's Castlefield Bowl in July, accompanied by dates in Edinburgh, Portsmouth and Reading. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.