Father John Misty

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Father John Misty Announces New Album “Pure Comedy”

By: Staff – Father John Misty will release, Pure Comedy, the highly anticipated follow up to the critically acclaimed album, I Love You, Honeybear, on April 7th. Stream the title track below. Misty wrote the majority of Pure Comedy throughout 2015 and recorded all the basic tracking and vocals live to tape (in no more than two takes each) at … Continue reading

Photos: Bumbershoot 2016 – Kygo, Halsey, Fetty Wap, Father John Misty

Photos by: Daniel Hager  –  Day one of Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle on September 2nd featured performances by Norwegian EDM DJ/Producer Kygo, who will release his debut album, Cloud Nine, sometime in 2016 via Sony Music, and who has remixed songs by Coldplay, The Weeknd, Ed Sheeran, and Of Monsters And Men, synthpop artist Halsey, who released her debut album, … Continue reading

Photos: NXNE 2016 – Father John Misty, Mother Mother, Born Ruffians

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  Experimental folk-rock singer-songwriter Father John Misty, who released his second album, I Love You, Honeybear, on February 10th, 2015 via Sub Pop, performed at the Port Lands in Toronto on June 18th as part of NXNE 2016 with Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother, who released their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, on November … Continue reading

Photos: Governors Ball 2016 – The Strokes, Bloc Party, Matt And Kim, Father John Misty

Photos by: Saidy Lopez –  Day one of Governors Ball 2016 featured performances by indie rock band The Strokes, who released their second EP, Future Present Past, on June 3, 2016 via Cult, UK indie rock band Bloc Party, who released their fifth album, Hymns, on January 29th, 2016 via BMG, Brooklyn-based indie dance duo Matt and Kim, … Continue reading

Father John Misty reveals 2016 tour dates

By: Staff – Father John Misty has scheduled a North American spring tour in support of the internationally acclaimed I Love You, Honeybear, which begins March 30th in Santa Ana, CA at the Observatory and ends April 30th in Orlando, FL at the Beacham. Support for these dates comes from Tess & Dave. Tickets go on sale Friday, January 15th at 12PM (local time), but Pandora listeners … Continue reading

Photos: Sasquatch 2015 (Day 2) – Modest Mouse, Father John Misty, The Decemberists, Chromeo

Photos by: Matthew B. Thompson & Daniel Hager –  Day two of Sasquatch 2015 at The Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington featured performances by acclaimed indie rock band Modest Mouse, who released their sixth album, Strangers to Ourselves, on March 17th, 2015 via Epic, which featured the singles ‘Lampshades on Fire”, experimental folk-rock singer-songwriter Father … Continue reading

Photos: Father John Misty, King Tuff @ Paradise Rock Club

Photos by: Timothy Boyer – Experimental folk-rock singer-songwriter Father John Misty, who released his second album, I Love You, Honeybear, on February 10th, 2015 via Sub Pop, which features the singles “Bored in the USA”, and “Chateau Lobby #4 (in C for Two Virgins)”, performed at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston last night with Vermont-based garage … Continue reading

Contest: Win 2 Tickets to Father John Misty in Toronto!

Venue: Queen Elizabeth Theatre Date: October 15th @ 8pm You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine Toronto on Twitter and tweet the following message: #Contest: Win 2 Tickets to Father John Misty in #Toronto c/o @COLLECTIVECON. Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + RT! http://bit.ly/17bZKz7 Like our “Father John Misty” post on Facebook and send us a message with your e-mail address included. Send an email to aestheticmag@gmail.com with  “Father … Continue reading

Concert Review + Photos: Father John Misty Concert Ends in Drama at The Danforth Music Hall

By: Chiara DiAngelo (@chiarabella) – Running an hour behind schedule, when Josh Tillman, aka Father John Misty, took the stage – finally – he thanked everyone for their patience. Explaining that the band had left Lollapalooza in Chicago later than expected, most of the audience had likely arrived to the venue before them. Dressed in … Continue reading