Let's pretend we did NOT produce 30 mins of outtakes while shooting this😂 But it was so much fun playing with @nicoreichert who did an amazing bass part (that only took him 20 mins to learn...wow!) This charming man by the smiths @johnnymarrgram #thesmiths#johnnymarr#guitar#guitatist#rock
Did you guys hear #johnnymarr’s interview on BBC Radio2 Saturday Breakfast with Dermot show? Always love his inspirational talk about music. But two important takeaways: He’s going to announce more tour dates and look at the video - he’s got streaks in his hair!! #dermotoleary#excitinghairnews
‘All a Tremulous Heart Requires’, a new series of work by Blondey McCoy on show for one day only last night in St Martins-in-the-Fields crypt in London. Commissioned by fashion magazine Arena Homme +, Blondey created this homage to The Smiths, in particular a piece of video footage from the Eldorado Club, Paris in 1984 when Johnny Marr put down his guitar are danced with Morrissey during the bass solo of ‘Barbarism Begins at Home’. The four works in this series consist of Blondey’s illustrations of the iconic moment laser cut life-sized in acrylic and placed over large iPhone photos taken by the artist of fans at a Morrissey solo gig in Aberdeen. The series continues to artists investigation into religions replacement by popular culture among young people, questioning specifically the concept of idols and false idols, and super-fandom.