Including a very big live favourite....

Morrissey releases a new single next month.

‘Let Me Kiss You’ will be the third track to be lifted from the comeback king’s album ‘You Are The Quarry’ album, and is released on October 11 through Sanctuary.

The track comes backed with the recorded debut of ‘Don’t Make Fun Of Daddy’s Voice’, an unreleased tune from the ‘You Are The Quarry’ sessions that has become a live favourite over the last year.


There are two additional new tracks, ‘Friday Mourning’ and ‘I Am Two People’.

Morrissey also donated ‘Let Me Kiss You’ to Nancy Sinatra, with her version of the track appearing on her own forthcoming solo album.


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