‘Nothing the world holds could match the love waiting for me in Mexico City’ Morrissey
Mexico Goes Morrissey
In Mexico, Morrissey has always been more than just a musician. His songs have chimed with a huge audience raised on rancheras and mariachis.
Now a band made in Mexico City has reinvented the songs of Morrissey and The Smiths: a brass and string led combo from the smallest village with the biggest bleeding heart.
Led by Camilo Lara of Mexican Institute of Sound, Mexrrissey have toured the UK to sold-out crowds and released their first album, No Manchester (a Mexican slang phrase inspired by The Smiths, meaning 'No Way' or 'Are You Kidding Me?'), to critical acclaim.
Come and see this incredible band at Brighton Dome and let them show you what happens when songs born on the streets of Manchester change their haircut and outfit and go to live in Mexico under an assumed name.
Read our interview with singer and keyboardist Ceci Bastida here.
‘A tribute to everything Morrissey has been to Mexico, and everything Mexico has made him to be’ Fusion
‘One of the best shows I think I’ve ever seen’ New York Observer
- Thu 26 Jan, doors 7.15pm
Approximate stage times (subject to change):
Sam Walker 8pm
- Concert Hall
- £16.50, £18.50
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- Music at Brighton Dome supported by Rampion Offshore Wind