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Jonni Marr talked about the history of his artistic relationships and collaborations, and said the reason was that he was not “close” to his ex. Smits groupmate Morrissi because they are “very different.”

The legendary guitarist and singer-songwriter spoke Uncut magazine for the cover of their latest issue, where he discussed the colorful history of working on his new solo album, Fever Dreams Pt 1-4, and more. Cradles, A normal mouse, Neil Rodgers, Chrissy Hayne, New OrderBernard Sumner, Billy Eilish, Hans Zimmer and others.

Describing being in the group as “a lot of pressure, a lot of weirdness and stress” like “being a little in the army with my friends or on a submarine,” Marr said loyalty is crucial to maintaining an artistic relationship – it’s something that’s popular. He did not work with Morrissi, the former lead singer of the Smiths.

“It’s a simple way to say it, but one of the reasons I was in so many groups was because I wanted to be loyal to them,” Marr said. “It wouldn’t be surprising if I said I was very close to everyone I worked with. And that’s not surprising, because we’re so different, me and Morrissi. But it’s all different musicians, I can see everyone picking up the phone and stopping.

He continued, “Yes, loyalty. But that’s not because I’m very virtuous. Everyone who worked with me was great. The only thing that turned into rubbish was the Smiths. It’s a shame, but it happens. I hate to talk about a band I formed, a band I love. But, you know, let’s have some perspective. “

The new March issue Uncut available and available in newspaper stores Shop online now.

In 2019, He talked to Marr It’s about whether or not people care about Smith’s music and heritage differently Given the controversy surrounding Morrissi’s political beliefs and statements.

“I don’t think you can change history,” he said. “I have said it before. I’m not worried. It has nothing to do with my world or my life. Songs are available for people to judge, connect with, and hear. I think all of this will be forgotten in a few weeks, because these things are inevitable – good or bad. It has always been so. I understand the problem, but I’m used to things coming and going.

“I’m not worried about people losing their culture,” he said. It’s like asking a teenager, “Are you and your friends worried that you missed The Velvet Underground?” as it were. This will never happen. I know how things are going. Things come and go. “

Alternatively; however dreams of creating his future record and reuniting with Modest Mouse, Marr also spoke recently about work on There is no time to die soundtrack and the “honor” of working as a single with Billy Elish and Finneas, as well as; however Blossoms and Rick Astley co-starred in shows dedicated to the Smiths.

has recently shared the single “Night And Day.”‘, Marr will release Fever Dreams Pts 1-4 on February 25th via BMG. Then he does Travel with Blondie as a special guest on “Against The Odds” tour in the UK in April. The guitarist recently reviewed his new music During intimate concerts across the UK.



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