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DESPITE 'MISERABLE' IMAGE, MORRISSEY LOOKING UP

He's been known as "Mr. Misery" since his time fronting the '80s band The Smiths, but Morrissey says that his fans are the ones to keep up his down-at-the-mouth image, and he's actually not like that at all. The 45-year-old cult-singer shared some details of his seven year break from the studio in this month's issue of Time magazine, and said that -- though he wasn't putting out albums -- "I haven't stopped since I was eight years old, and I can see you rolling your eyes, but it's true."

Morrissey released his latest album, You Are The Quarry, back on May 18th.

The singer will headline at this year's Lollapalooza, which is now a two-day event, which kicks off on July 14th and 15th in Auburn, Washington.

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