Former Smiths guitarist unveils latest single from upcoming 'Call the Comet'
The Smiths guitarist pens loose concept record that takes place in a futuristic "alternative society"
How a unique alternative-rock tune became the Smiths' most controversial song
Celebrating the breakup of the Manchester foursome – Morrissey, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce – 30 years later
Morrissey and Johnny Marr lasted only five years as a songwriting team, but these Manchester lads left a lifetime's worth of absurdly great songs behind
Indie-rock collective opened European tour with poignant version of "Anthems For a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl," one day following deadly terrorist attack
Smiths guitarist goes deep, R&B icon's son surveys father's life and noted Dylanologist spotlights infamous electric transition
"I was genuinely pleased to be back in touch with Morrissey. For four days it was a very real prospect," guitarist writes of reunion in memoir
Legendary guitarist joined rock supergroup for version of ‘Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me’
J.K. Rowling, Bastille, Oasis and more express deep frustration with Britain leaving EU
Brit-rockers' peaked on surprisingly hard-rocking 1986 masterpiece
Nalinee Darmrong recalls 'Meat Is Murder,' 'Queen Is Dead' tours documented in new book
The Smiths guitarist's book 'Set the Boy Free' out this fall
"It's the book Smiths fans have been waiting [for] their whole lives," publisher Ben Dunn says
"If it was about just me being unwell I would've found a way to continue," the singer-songwriter says