Morrissey's record label Harvest Records has denied that the singer has been dropped, despite the former Smiths man telling fans that he's on the hunt for a new home. A post on Morrissey's site True To You stated that the singer and his label had parted ways.


The original post said: "Three weeks after the release of Morrissey's 'World Peace Is None Of Your Business' (#2 UK, #14 US), Capitol Records/Harvest have ended their relationship with Morrissey, as directed by label boss Steve Barnett. Morrissey is once again in search of a record label."

However, Billboard received a denial from Harvest who maintain that they have a two-album deal with Morrissey. The first album under that deal was the No.14 Billboard charting album World Peace Is None Of Your Business. 

Asked for confirmation on the apparent split, a spokesperson for Morrissey said "no comment."

The news comes after Morrissey criticised his label, with the singer hinting "at public deception" in the music industry in a separate post on True To You.

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Morrissey has been laying low in recent months but in an interview with Hot Press via Rolling Stone, the singer urged Scottish voters to Vote Yes in the independence referendum. 

"They must cut ties with the United King-dumb. I love Scotland, and I love the Scottish spirit and they do not need Westminster in the least."

He also added: "It would be a great help if Princess Anne gassed Jamie Oliver.He's killed more animals than McDonald's."