A Taste of Honey is one of the most influence on Morrissey. Homosexuality, black man with white woman... a modern vision 40 years before. Add vegan and mozz checks all the boxes of a left human.
Yes, cleverly ambivalent to represent a feeling of the present as much as an opinion about it. I’m going to go all out: it’s as good as anything I’ve heard this year. I was honestly ready to hate it.Is he saying she really can't listen to The Smiths or being critical of cancel culture? Anyway, it's a good attempt to show the world we live in by personalizing it into a single character. Interesting.
If it is, it’s a good one.It's posted on Brooklyn Vegan so I will consider it a dis track till Moz is untied from the stake.
If it is, it’s a good one.
Jim Bob would’ve caught the first wave of Morrissey hate in 1992. If he is a critic, I’d imagine he’d find any recent awakening a questionable phenomena in itself.
That said he was in a band that felt ethically compelled to cancel their own name.