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Listen to Morrissey Perform a New Song in Concert

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When he isn’t canceling or postponing concerts, Morrissey actually shows up to play them. And sometimes, if you don’t make him mad, he’ll finish a show. And sometimes, if you’re lucky, he’ll even play a new song for you.

An audience just the other night was treated to a brand new track called ‘Kick the Bride Down the Aisle,’ which is kind of an awesome title. And thankfully somebody recorded it so the whole world can now hear it.

So check it out:

The song is from Morrissey’s upcoming album, ‘World Peace Is None of Your Business,’ which comes out on July 15. And if you’re keeping score on how many Morrissey-esque song titles are on the LP, that makes three so far that we’ve heard the songs for.

We still haven’t heard ‘Neal Cassady Drops Dead’ from ‘World Peace,’ but we’re almost certain it’s pretty much in line with ‘World Peace Is None of Your Business,’ ‘Earth Is the Loneliest Planet’ and now ‘Kick the Bride Down the Aisle.’ Then again, album closer ‘Oboe Concerto’ may be pretty awesome too.

While we wait for the new album, here’s Morrissey hanging out in Hollywood with Pamela Anderson and reciting the lyrics to one of its songs:

Next: 10 Best Morrissey Videos

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