Morrissey Announces Tour Dates Which Somehow Haven't Been Cancelled

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Not much is certain in the world of Morrissey these days, but European fans can at least hold out hope that they’ll get to see the former Smiths frontman in the coming months.

Morrissey announced a series of European tour dates on Monday via his site True To You. The tour kicks off Oct. 6 at the Coliseum in Lisbon, Portugal and continues through Italy, Austria, Germany, Scandinavia, and Poland, before wrapping in London on Nov. 29.

Back in June, Morrissey cancelled a slew of U.S. tour dates after contracting a respiratory infection, which he blamed on opener Kristeen Young. He has yet to reschedule any of those dates.

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And that's just the touring-related drama Moz has dealt with lately. Over the past several weeks, he’s been wrapped in a messy public dispute with former label Capitol/Harvest. Just three weeks after the release of his 2014 solo album World Peace Is None of Your Business, the singer’s complaints over lack of promotion led to the LP being removed from digital retailers and its videos being removed from YouTube and Vevo.

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According to True To You, Morrissey is “urgently” seeking a new label for the new release.

Here are Morrissey’s upcoming tour dates:

Oct. 6: Lisbon, Portugal (Coliseum)
Oct. 13: Rome, Italy (Atlantico)
Oct. 16: Milan, Italy (Teatro Linear)
Oct. 17: Bologna, Italy (Paladozza)
Oct. 19: Pescara, Italy (Pala Gpii)
Oct. 21: Florence, Italy (Obihall)
Oct. 22: Padova, Italy (Geox Theater)
Oct. 24: Vienna, Austria (Konzerthaus)
Nov. 5: Hannover, Germany (Capitol)
Nov. 8: Lund, Sweden (Sparbank Arena)
Nov. 9: Copenhagen, Denmark (Falconer)
Nov. 11: Goteborg, Sweden (Lisebergshallen)
Nov. 13: Stockholm, Sweden (Hovet)
Nov. 19: Warsaw, Poland (Stodola)
Nov. 21: Krakow, Poland (Laznia Nowa)
Nov. 23: Berlin, Germany (Columbiahalle)
Nov. 24: Essen, Germany (Colosseum)
Nov. 29: London, England (02 Arena)