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Morrissey’s Album Likely Delayed As Miley Cyrus Wants To Remove Guest Spot – Rolling Stone

more than 18 months After, after Morrissey first announce his next album Teenage fire, it appears that the LP has been shelved indefinitely again after the singer revealed that he had parted ways with his record company. Also delaying its release: Miley Cyrus Wants to remove her backing vocals from one of the album’s tracks.

In a pair of letters sent to Morrissey Central (via NME) – the singer’s spokeswoman – Morrissey revealed that he has “voluntarily withdrawn from any association” with Capitol Records, the label set to release Bonfire of Teenagers in February 2023. The singer has also “voluntarily parted ways with Maverick” / Task Management. (ex Morrissey complained about the lack of promotion prior to the album’s release date.)

First announced in May 2021, Teenage fire It was supposed to be released via BMG before Morrissey was dropped by that label in November 2020. Morrissey wrote of the release, “The worst year of my life ends with the best album of my life,” adding that he was not signed and that the album is available “to the highest bidder (or lowest).

In October, Morrissey announced that Teenage fire It found a home on Capitol Records, and that the album would feature a guest list of Red Hot Chili Peppers stars Chad Smith & Fla, Iggy Pop, Andrew Watt, Josh Klinghoffer, and on the song “I’m Veronica” Miley Cyrus.

However, “Miley Cyrus now wants to remove ‘I Am Veronica’ for which she volunteered backing vocals nearly two years ago,” Morrissey Central to publish On Saturday next to a picture of Morrissey and Cyrus in the studio. This comes at a time when Morrissey has distanced himself from Capitol Records (Los Angeles), which controls the hidden album. Teenage fire. “

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While Morrissey did not say why Cyrus wanted off the record, he did invite controversy in the recent years leading up to his departure from BMG.

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In 2019, he claimed in an interview on his website that he is not a racist because “everyone ultimately prefers his own race” and has been a general supporter of far-right politics in Britain. When Morrissey played a residency in Las Vegas in 2020, his website stated that there were “no antisocial or face masking distancing rules” for the shows.

Morrissey’s last album, I am not a dog on a chainarrived in 2020.