Watch Father John Misty Sing New Song “Tell It Like It Is” In Brooklyn

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Father John MistyFather John Misty has been on tour with his “Mr. Tillman” hotel neighbor Jason Isbell lately, and he’s been using the occasion to debut new material. Early in the month he performed “Time Makes A Fool Of Us” in San Diego, and this past weekend in Minneapolis he played one that … More »

Watch Father John Misty Debut His Rejected A Star Is Born Song

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Father John Misty could’ve played a convincing Jackson Maine in A Star Is Born. He also could’ve contributed a great song to the soundtrack. On Friday, Josh Tillman debuted his rejected A Star Is Born track at the Armory in Minneapolis. He played it for his encore. “As long as you got yours, … More »

Watch Father John Misty Debut New Song In San Diego

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Father John Misty put out a new album, God’s Favorite Customer, last year, but it seems like he already has more new material a-brewing. While he’s been blissfully quiet online since deleting his social media a while ago, he’s refocused all of that attention elsewhere. Over the last few months, he’s … More »

Stream Khalid’s New Song Written By Father John Misty

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Khalid - Free SpiritKhalid’s new album Free Spirit is out now. It’s pretty boring! However, the album is not entirely without merit. Khalid, who has long cited Father John Misty as one of his favorite artists, recruited Josh Tillman himself to write a song for the new LP. More »

Father John Misty Wrote A Song On Khalid’s New Album

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Father John MistyFather John Misty dabbles in writing for pop stars from time to time. He famously contributed to Beyoncé’s Lemonade hit “Hold Up” and a pair of songs on Lady Gaga’s Joanne, and it sounds like his latest venture into the field is a track on the imminent new album from Khalid. More »

Father John Misty Plays Surprise SXSW Set At Netflix’s Speakeasy

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SXSW 2019 kicked off this past weekend. The festival’s music portion takes place this coming week, but apparently, Austin has already seen one memorable performance. Last night, Father John Misty played a surprise set to guests at Netflix’s 1930s speakeasy-themed pop-up, The Highwaymen House. More »

Father John Misty And Jason Isbell Announce Co-Headlining Tour

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Father John Misty & Jason IsbellFather John Misty name-checked Jason Isbell in “Mr. Tillman,” a song off of his recent LP God’s Favorite Customer, one of the very best albums of 2018. “Jason Isbell’s here as well and he seemed a little worried about you,” Josh Tillman sings, referencing a real-life encounterMore »

Watch Father John Misty Debut A New Song At Wildfire Benefit

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Father John MistyFather John Misty released his great new album God’s Favorite Customer, which we just named one of the best albums of 2018, a little over six months ago. He’s remained uncharacteristically quiet since then, seemingly preferring to let his music do the talking. But now, there might already be … More »

Watch Beck Play “Where It’s At” With Father John Misty & Este Haim In Surprise Wildfires Benefit Appearance

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BeckThere’s a destination a little up the road from the habitations and the towns you know. It’s called the Ace Hotel Los Angeles. It is probably the most Los Angeles place in all of Los Angeles. It’s hard to fall asleep at the Ace Hotel Los Angeles because people keep partying at the rooftop bar, … More »

Stereogum’s 90 Favorite Songs Of 2018

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Each December, in an effort to celebrate outstanding achievements and commemorate The Year That Was, the pop culture media industrial complex foists lots of lists upon the world. We here at Stereogum are party to that deluge; we shared our collective conclusions about 2018’s best albums a week ago and have been More »