Music retail chain HMV have denied reports that they refused to stock Morrissey’s new release because of its controversial album artwork.
The album, ‘Low In High School’ is due for release on November 17th, but when images of the proposed album artwork for the record surfaced over the weekend there were mixed reviews. Moz’s childhood freind James Maker published this on Facebook yesterday:
But the retail giants hit back, saying that they were in fact stocking the album and that it wasn’t the first time Morrissey’s team had been guilty of misinforming the public. They Tweeted today:
— hmv (@hmvtweets) 11 September 2017
The album itself is to be approached with care, expectations should remain controlled and I explained why a short while ago. You can read my thoughts here.