Because of Morrissey’s continued support of far-right, extremist political party For Britain.
The Smiths singer recently wore a For Britain pin while performing on The Tonight Show.
The British rocker says so-called selfie music is not sustainable” in our day and age.
Gillespie remained stoic and unamused while the show’s other guests joined in on the viral dance craze.
The band suggests right-wing UK politician Nigel Farage troll President Trump instead.
He also appears to come out in support of Catalan’s recent vote for independence from Spain.
Forthcoming LP is said to be Bono’s “lyrical response” to the political elections here and abroad.
Plus, The Rolling Stones frontman shares music videos and remixes for both, featuring Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker and Skepta.
The UK politician has a message for Trump: “Build bridges, not walls.”
‘Politicians tell us they are unafraid, but they are never the victims.”
He’ll have plenty of time to focus on the issues as “Blur are not doing anything this year as a band.”