BRILLIANT: Morrissey on cancel culture: 'As if being offended means you're intelligent; it means you’re an idiot'

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Superstar singer songwriter Morrissey gave an interview recently to Fiona Dodwell while in London performing at the London Palladium, speaking in glowing terms about his new album, which has finally gained distribution, Bonfire of the Teenagers.

“It’s very good, it’s about to be announced and released very, very quickly,” he said.

“It’s been a long claw, but it’s on it’s way,” he said, noting that he was “very pleased.”

“Because I’ve been around a long time,” he said, “and if you can still make music that really excites you, I think that’s unusual. I think a lot of people who have been around for 40 years can’t quite do that.” He couched that in his trademark yet incredibly honest humility, which has endeared him to fans for his entire career.

Morrissey is fresh off a residency at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, and after a stint in the UK, has returned to the US for concerts on the east coast, where fans clamor to hear him with a passion that is unabated despite the longevity of his career.

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