• Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"
  • Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"
  • Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"
  • Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"
  • Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"
  • Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"
  • Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"
  • Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"

Father John Misty
Pure Comedy Vinyl 2LP+7"

Sub Pop

↳ 3rd full length from singer-songwriter John Tillman

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Father John Misty is back with his third full length. This is the standard black vinyl pressing and comes housed in gatefold jacket with 1 of 4 different (randomly selected) cover color schemes with custom dust sleeves. Digital download included. From Sub PopPure ComedyFather John Misty’s third album, is a complex, often-sardonic, and, equally often, touching meditation on the confounding folly of modern humanity. Father John Misty is the brainchild of singer-songwriter Josh Tillman. Tillman has released two widely acclaimed albums – Fear Fun (2012) and I Love You, Honeybear (2015) – and the recent “Real Love Baby” single as Father John Misty, and recently contributed to songs by Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Kid Cudi.While we could say a lot about Pure Comedy – including that it is a bold, important album in the tradition of American songwriting greats like Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman, and Leonard Cohen – we think it’s best to let its creator describe it himself. Take it away, Mr. Tillman: "Pure Comedy is the story of a species born with a half-formed brain. The species’ only hope for survival, finding itself on a cruel, unpredictable rock surrounded by other species who seem far more adept at this whole thing (and to whom they are delicious), is the reliance on other, slightly older, half-formed brains. This reliance takes on a few different names as their story unfolds, like “love,” “culture,” “family,” etc. Over time, and as their brains prove to be remarkably good at inventing meaning where there is none, the species becomes the purveyor of increasingly bizarre and sophisticated ironies. These ironies are designed to help cope with the species’ loathsome vulnerability and to try and reconcile how disproportionate their imagination is to the monotony of their existence." Something like that.

  • standard black vinyl edition
  • bonus 7" included (featuring the single "Real Love Baby" b/w "Rejected Generic Pop Song, March ‘15 #3")
  • gatefold jacket with 1 of 4 different (randomly selected) cover color schemes with custom dust sleeves
  • digital download included
  • release date: 04/07/2017
  • music label: Sub Pop 2017
reviewed by Bo Linas 04/2017

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