June 3, 2014 12:33

Morrissey appeals for new music publisher

His previous deal with Warner-Chappell Music has come to an end after 30 years

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Morrissey is reportedly appealing for a new music publisher after his current deal of 30 years ended.

The singer had a deal with Warner-Chappell Music that covered both The Smiths and his solo output and lasted the last 30 years. However, Morrissey fansite True-To-You reports that his deal has come to a close and that he is now looking for a new one. Interested parties are asked to contact ivoryenquiries@outlook.com for more information.

Yesterday (June 2) saw Morrissey unveil the Pamela Anderson starring spoken word video for his single 'Earth Is The Loneliest Planet' exclusively on NME.COM.

Morrissey's upcoming LP 'World Peace Is None Of Your Business' will be released later this year. The full tracklisting for the album can be seen below:

'World Peace Is None Of Your Business'
'Neal Cassady Drops Dead'
'Istanbul'
'I'm Not A Man'
'Earth Is The Loneliest Planet'
'Staircase At The University'
'The Bullfighter Dies'
'Kiss Me A Lot'
'Smiler With Knife'
'Kick The Bride Down the Aisle'
'Mountjoy'
'Oboe Concerto'


NME BLOG: Which is Morrissey's best solo album? See if you agree.


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