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The capricious indie legend is back on the road in 2019 and will be returning to North America for a series of dates in support of his most recent release, Low in High School.
Having flourished as a solo artist since the demise of The Smiths, Moz has produced classic albums like Vivia Hate and Vauxhall and I. In 2014, he released the critically acclaimed World Peace Is None of Your Business, a cacophonous compilation in which his lyrical genius, black humor, and artistic integrity shines.
Aside from music, he's been a fervent and often outspoken (see above) animal rights activist. Whilst his politics might be somewhat interesting, he still inspires a devotion in his fans like no other, a commitment he repays in kind up on stage. While this will be the perfect opportunity to road test his newer material, older solo work and some classics from The Smiths catalog are sure to make an appearance.
Opening night: 28 August 2021
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