"We'll Let You Know"
(Morrissey/Alain Whyte)


This song was written shortly before or during the "Your Arsenal" recording sessions, which took place in March 1992 at the Wool Hall in Bath, with producer Mick Ronson. Musicians on this recording were Boz Boorer (guitar), Alain Whyte (guitar), Gary Day (bass) and Spencer Cobrin (drums).


album version {5:17}
"Your Arsenal" album
"The World Of Morrissey" album
"Your Arsenal" album, redesigned edition [remastered 2014]


This song has never been performed specifically for radio, television or the web.


The song has been done in concert 87 times by Morrissey. It was on the setlist every night on the 1992 Your Arsenal tour, but two audiences did not get to hear it because the concert was interrupted early. It was also played each and every night on the 1995 Boxers tour. Later that year it was done 9 times out of 13 dates on the brief tour promoting Southpaw Grammar. It was then given an eleven-year break before returning to Morrissey's set 6 times in August in the middle of the Tour Of The Tormentors MMVI.

live London 20 December 1992, not Paris! {4:03}
"Beethoven Was Deaf" live album
live Blackpool 8 February 1995 {4:25}
"Introducing Morrissey", a live concert on video
live London's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane 26 February 1995 {4:13}
"Suedehead" (Mael mix) single
"Vauxhall & I" album, 20th anniversary 2-cd edition


No demos or studio outtakes of this song have leaked to the general public at this point in time.



In an interview published in Q magazine in 1992, Morrissey explained his feelings about football thugs: "I understand the level of patriotism, the level of frustration and the level of jubilance. I understand the overall character. I understand their aggression and I understand why it must be released. (...) When I see reports on television about hooliganism in Sweden and Denmark or somewhere I'm actually amused. (...) Is that a horrible thing to say? As long as people don't die, I am amused."