BMG have decided against releasing 'It's Over' as a single.
Morrissey has described BMG's decision as "heartbreaking."
Morrissey is presently on tour in the USA, and describes the audiences as "fantastic … and full of hope… at an urgent time when most modern music cannot provide one genuine insight."
September 30, 2019
Morrissey in Marfa, Texas. 24 September 2019.
Photographs by Donnie Knutson.
Marfa is the location for the James Dean film "Giant" (1956).
Due to complications from the extreme flood conditions in the Houston area, the Morrissey / Interpol concert due to take place tonight has been re-scheduled for October 28th. It was determined to move the event in consideration of the troubles people in the area have encountered this week. It is the group's wishes that the rescheduled date can better serve all who would like to come to the event. Morrissey's team reached the decision after hearing that a number of ticket buyers were having issues attending tonight's event, along with information of road closures and other related problematic details. All tickets originally purchased for September 21st will be honored on October 28th.
Morrissey’s new single is IT’S OVER, originally released by Roy Orbison. The B-side is IT HAPPENS EVERY TIME, originally released by Tim Buckley.
Plans to issue LADY WILLPOWER as a single have been scrapped.