Father John Misty will put out a limited edition version featuring bonuses including covers by Lana Del Rey and Jack Cruz.
Father John Misty has set his new album Chloë And The Next 20th Century for release on April 8th through Sub Pop/Bella Union.
Preceded by first single Funny Girl and shows at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on February 25th and the Barbican in London on April 7th, it’s the follow-up to God’s Favorite Customer – a Live4ever album of the year in 2018:
“Opener Hangout At The Gallows premieres this new, stripped down Father Josh, a slightly older and slightly wiser rumination on how things can go a little more wrong with each tiny mistake whilst the band boom-bust some fat piano notes by the side of an empty dancefloor,” our review reads.
“Pure Comedy’s Achilles heel was the lack of chuckles despite the title, so it’s a welcome return to the absurdist’s creed of old on Mr. Tillman, the singer refusing to surrender his reality to the lipo and manicured falsehoods masquerading as fellow guests in slicked accommodation where all the rooms are identically spotless windows on the soul.”
Chloë And The Next 20th Century tracklist:
Goodbye Mr. Blue
Miss Me (I Loved You)
(Everything But) Her Love
Olvidado (Otro Momento)
Only A Fool
We Could Be Strangers
The Next 20th Century