There will be three brand new tracks that are not on the star's first album in seven years...
Morrissey has confirmed the final details of his eagerly-awaited comeback single – the first for seven years.
‘Irish Blood, English Heart’ will come out on May 10 backed with three new tracks from the singer that will not be found on his forthcoming seventh solo album ‘You Are The Quarry’.
CD1 will feature ‘It’s Hard To Walk Tall When You’re Small’, while CD2 will include the B-sides ‘Munich Air Disaster 1958’, ‘The Never Played Symphonies’ and the enhanced video for ‘Irish Blood, English Heart’.
The limited edition 7″ vinyl will have ‘It’s Hard To Walk Tall When You’re Small’ on the flipside.
‘Irish Blood, English Heart’ will be released on Morrissey‘s own Attack Records through Sanctuary and was first debuted to fans at his London Royal Albert Hall shows two years ago.
Morrissey will play the Manchester MEN Arena on his birthday (May 22) before curating the Meltdown festival at the Royal Festival Hall in June. The singer will then play at Glastonbury on Sunday (June 27) and perform at the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds festivals over the August bank holiday (27-29).