Morrissey quits record company, asks Miley Cyrus not to be included in ‘Bonfire Of Teenagers’
Morrissey has left his latest record label and said Miley Cyrus asked not to include him on her upcoming album, ‘Bonfire Of Teenagers’.
The singer recently signed with Capitol Records, which was scheduled to release the album, which will be the follow-up to 2020’s “I Am A Dog On A Chain,” next year.
However, in a post published yesterday (December 23) on Morrissey’s official website, it was announced that he had “voluntarily joined the management of Maverick/Quest” and had “voluntarily withdrawn from any association with Capitol Records (The Angels)”. Post title: “Roll on 2023”.
Although it is now unclear whether Capitol will go ahead with the release of ‘Bonfire Of Teenagers’, it seems that one of their co-stars wants to take it off the record. Another post shared earlier today (December 24) read: “Miley Cyrus now wants to be removed from the song ‘I Am Veronica’ for which she volunteered as a backing vocalist almost two years ago.
“This comes at a time when Morrissey has parted ways with Capitol Records (Los Angeles), which controls the hidden album ‘Bonfire of Teenagers’.
Cyrus was one of the big names on the album, including Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith and Flea, and Iggy Pop.
The issues between Morrissey and Capitol Records were revealed in November, when the singer’s website updated the unreleased album. It was originally scheduled for release in February 2023, but a post on the website explained: “‘Teenager’s Bone Fire’ is no longer scheduled for a February release, as stated by this site. Its fate hangs in the balance. ” by Capitol Records (Los Angeles)”.
Morrissey described the album as “his best album [su] vida”, and several songs from her were performed for the first time during her concerts this year, including “I Am Veronica”, starring Cyrus.