Morrissey Says His Upcoming Album 'Teen Bonfire' Will Be Delayed!!!

Bonfire of Teenagers is no longer scheduled for release in February, as stated by this site

The singer shared in a note titled "Bonfire Unlit" on his official website.

Its fate rests exclusively with Capitol Records (Los Angeles).” Billboard reached out to Capitol for comment.

The long-gestating album is set to serve as a follow-up to 2020's I Am Not a Dog on a Chain. It is said to be completed by mid-2021

It features production by Andrew Watt and musical assistance from Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, bassist Flea and former RHCP guitarist Josh Klinghoffer

Morrissey has already debuted a number of tracks from live studio sets at various tour stops this year, including “Rebels Without Applause

Sure Enough, Telephone Rings,” “Kerouac's Crack,” “I'm Veronica,” “I Live in Oblivion” and “Saint in a Stained Glass Window.

Speaking of touring, the British alt-rockers latest stop at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles came to an abrupt end when.

According to fans on Twitter, he played a few songs before wrapping things up due to unseasonably cold weather.