Last night, Morrissey took the stage at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway. The former frontman of The Smiths strutted around stage with youthful energy, as the rather reserved crowd looked on. Perhaps, concert etiquette is a little different in Norway, or it could have just been the fact that the Nobel Peace Prize demographic isn’t about to jostle around screaming for him to play “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out.” Morrissey played “People Are The Same Everywhere,” “Irish Blood, English Heart,” and a cover of the late Lou Reed’s “Satellite of Love.”
Morrissey Performs at Nobel Peace Prize Concert
Watch the full performance below.