3Arena, Dublin: Tuesday 20th February, 2018. Click here to view available tickets.
“LOW IN HIGH SCHOOL” IS OUT VIA ETIENNE RECORDS/BMG”
“Consistently excellent – 4 Stars” Q
’glistening and richly textured beast…partisan powerful and controversial” MOJO
BBC 6 Music Live Reviews
“This hour-long set was a joy… Morrissey looked and sounded like a star” The Times ****
“It all suggested that next month’s new album, Low in High School, his first in three years, could be classic Morrissey: musically adventurous, witty and political” The Daily Telegraph ****
Morrissey is proud to announce his first full UK & Ireland tour since 2015, giving fans the chance to hear tracks from Low in High School. Morrissey will play 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland on February 20th.
Tickets for Dublin are priced from €69.50 inclusive of booking and facility fees are on sale now from Ticketmaster.
16th – Aberdeen BHGE Arena
17th – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
20th – Dublin 3Arena
23rd – Newcastle Metro Arena Arena
24th – Leeds First Direct Arena
27th – Birmingham Genting Arena
3rd – Brighton Brighton Centre
7th – London Royal Albert Hall
9th – London Alexandra Palace
Low in High School will be Morrissey’s first studio album since 2014 and his debut for BMG. The album will see BMG partnering with Morrissey on the new release and on the launch of his new label, Etienne Records. Low in High School was recorded at La Fabrique Studios in France and in Rome at Ennio Morricone’s Forum Studios. The record is produced by Joe Chiccarelli (who has worked with Frank Zappa, The Strokes, Beck and The White Stripes to name a few).
Rising to prominence as frontman of The Smiths, Morrissey went on to forge an even more successful career as a solo artist, with all ten of his solo efforts landing in the Top 10 on the UK album charts, including 3 entries at the #1 position. Releasing his debut solo album Viva Hate back in 1988, he has since released a number of critically acclaimed follow-ups including Kill Uncle and Your Arsenal, and hugely successful comeback album You Are the Quarry after a five year hiatus in 2004.
In 2013, Morrissey published his record-breaking autobiography on Penguin Classics, immediately topping the best-seller list with literary reviewers hailing it a masterpiece in writing and prose.