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Father John Misty|God's Favorite Customer

God's Favorite Customer

Father John Misty

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Scarcely a year after Pure Comedy (2017), Josh Tillman, alias Father John Misty, is already back. While he takes over the production, the former Fleet Foxes drummer finds himself in the studio with his favourite follower: Jonathan Wilson, the Laurel Canyon bard who strives to repopularise the beauty of the classic rock of the seventies. But also Jonathan Rado of Foxygen. With God’s Favorite Customer, Papa John, the son of strict evangelists, brings us thirteen short folk-rock vignettes. Veering from a string of piano ballads (The Palace, The Songwriter) and some straightforward and finely-orchestrated rock (Just Dumb Enough To Try), our songwriter has drawn a straight line from his previous work. It's sentimentalist, but more serious. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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1
Hangout at the Gallows
00:04:55

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

2
Mr. Tillman
00:03:03

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Josh Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

3
Just Dumb Enough to Try
00:04:02

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

4
Date Night
00:02:30

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

5
Please Don't Die
00:03:24

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

6
The Palace
00:04:09

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

7
Disappointing Diamonds Are the Rarest of Them All
00:02:23

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

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God's Favorite Customer
00:05:21

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

9
The Songwriter
00:03:45

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

10
We're Only People (And There's Not Much Anyone Can Do About That)
00:05:02

Father John Misty, MainArtist - Joshua Tillman, Composer

© 2018 Sub Pop Records ℗ 2018 Sub Pop Records

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Scarcely a year after Pure Comedy (2017), Josh Tillman, alias Father John Misty, is already back. While he takes over the production, the former Fleet Foxes drummer finds himself in the studio with his favourite follower: Jonathan Wilson, the Laurel Canyon bard who strives to repopularise the beauty of the classic rock of the seventies. But also Jonathan Rado of Foxygen. With God’s Favorite Customer, Papa John, the son of strict evangelists, brings us thirteen short folk-rock vignettes. Veering from a string of piano ballads (The Palace, The Songwriter) and some straightforward and finely-orchestrated rock (Just Dumb Enough To Try), our songwriter has drawn a straight line from his previous work. It's sentimentalist, but more serious. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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