Posts Tagged ‘Father John Misty’


Is that what the world needs? Father John Misty covering Ryan Adams’ cover of Taylor Swift…in the style of the Velvet Underground. Jeezus.

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Father Johns Cocktail
I’ve had the new Father John Misty record, I Love You, Honeybear, spinning on heavy rotation. It’s a beauty.

Coral and I spun his previous album hard in the old Civic during our California road trip a couple summers ago. This new one is easy to slide into.

I am not sure if FJM is making fun of 30-something white guys, is a 30-something white guy singing about the struggle, or is a 30-something white guy making fun of our “struggle.” Doesn’t matter, he has a nice voice.


The new METZ song posted by SubPop the other day is a flamethrower. Here we go, rock and roll music.

Go with yourself.

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I was thinking I want a boat (while on a boat) this morning. Nothing fancy…something to putt around and see the islands and fjords of British Columbia on my own time.

Here is a cover of Nirvana done by Father John Misty. Not bad. Chill. Sparse.

That reminds me, I really do need to track down his latest record…for Coral. For Coral.


Go with yourself.

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