Newswire: Morrissey says he’ll never perform live in the U.K. again

In what is a permanent stance, and in no way a tantrum after being dropped from his record label, Morrissey has announced that, after two shows in London next week, he will never perform in the U.K. again. In a statement on fan site True To You, Moz insists, “There is absolutely no way that we can generate any interest from record labels in the United Kingdom … without new releases, there is no point in additional touring,” reasoning that, without an album of new songs, no one would turn up to hear Morrissey sing old chestnuts like “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” and “How Soon Is Now?.”

The former Smiths frontman has been on the skids in the U.K. since labels Capitol and Harvest dropped him last year, shortly after releasing World Peace Is None Of Your Business. There’s no word as to whether …

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