sexta-feira, agosto 24, 2007
"Yes, there are things worse in life than never being someone's sweetie"
That's How People Grow Up
Morrissey fans on the East Coast were truly disappointed last week, when the former Smiths frontman canceled three shows because of a throat infection. On the plus side, though, Moz appeared on Late Show With David Letterman on Friday night, premiering "That's How People Grow Up"-- a fixture in recent live shows, and the scheduled first single from his forthcoming next album.
Like another new song, "All You Need Is Me", "That's How People Grow Up" builds on the muscular guitars and commanding croon of Moz's last album, Ringleader of the Tormentors. Almost like a grown-up answer to one of the Smiths' most famous tracks, "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out", Moz's latest acknowledges that a double-decker bus might hurt even more than loneliness. "Yes, there are things worse in life than never being someone's sweetie," Moz sings, accompanied by a bubble-wrapped, operatic guest vocalist. So now he tells us.
All You Need Is Me
Could these be the last Morrissey shows... evah?
posted by Luís Miguel Dias sexta-feira, agosto 24, 2007