Lead singer of The Killers, who is also the superfan of The Smiths, said he would not encourage his children to listen to Morrissey’s music because of the latter’s support for the right wing group.
Killer The vocalist is a huge Smiths fan so he once kept the cup that Morrissey drank in a cafe, and invited their former guitarist Johnny Marr on stage to perform with him at Glastonbury in 2019.
However, although he still listens to The Smiths because of his admiration for Marr, Brandon does not plan to convince his three children, aged between nine and 12 years, to share his obsession because of the support of the singer “Panic” for the right wing group. .
“I don’t think Marr should be arrested because of Morrissey, so I don’t regret it,” he told the British newspaper The Times from his fandom The Smiths. “It’s difficult to separate (the band) from him, and I won’t play music in front of my children.”
However, he said that if the band’s songs appeared on the radio, he was still listening.
“If What She Said came on the radio (when I was) with my children, I would not change it,” added the American rocker. “It’s still a great song, so I’m not very serious, where I’m going to change stations. I don’t agree with it, but I won’t burn my CD by The Smiths or anything.”
Bunga had previously said he still regarded Morrissey as “a king” because of his musical achievements, but claimed he had forgotten about the controversy over his comments in favor of the right-wing party for Britain and other comments about race.
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