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Single Review: Morrissey – Spent the Day in Bed
Morrissey's new single is predictable and obvious, yet fun, reviews David Evans
Over his long career of 11 solo studio albums, former Smiths frontman Morrissey has always been overtly outspoken and controversial. Not one to shy away from voicing his opinions, ‘Spent the Day in Bed’, the lead single off the upcoming release Low in High school, holds a berating attack on the media.
“Instrumentally the song is a departure from old ways; driven by a plucky, upbeat keyboard riff, the single feels fresh in comparison to the huge discography that precedes it
Still for fans this won’t be a problem, with such a backlog of content behind his name, Moz doesn’t need to be nuanced or subtle anymore. ‘Spent the Day in Bed’ sets the tone of what looks to be a loud and unapologetic album. Ironically though, Morrissey has just kicked of a record with a single about doing nothing.
'Spent the Day in Bed' is available to stream now. Low in High School will be released on 17th November via BMG.