November is about to spawn a Mozzer in the shape of a new album entitled Low In High-School from the singer.
Out on November 17, it will be his first new collection since 2014's World Peace Is None Of Your Business.
Clash magazine reports that Morrissey (58) has signed to the BMG label in partnership with his new label, Etienne Records. The new deal follows his strained relationship with Harvest, whom he accuses of neglecting his last album.
"There are not many artists around today that can compare to Morrissey. He is an extraordinary talent," said Executive Vice President of BMG Korda Marshall.
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"He is prodigious, literate, witty, elegant and above all, courageous. His lyrics, humour and melodies have influenced many generations. The music on this new landmark record will speak for itself and we are delighted to welcome him to BMG."
Low In High-School will be Morrissey's 11th solo album and was recorded at La Fabrique Studios in France and at Ennio Morricone’s Forum Studios in Rome. The record is produced by Joe Chiccarelli, who also worked on Morrissey's last album.
News of the new album follows the recent release of Morrissey biopic England is Mine, which stars Jack Lowden as the singer between the years 1976 and 1982.