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I Love You, Honeybear by Father John Misty


What is true love, anyway? Managing to exist with someone without destroying them? Or yourself? Or both? Hating the same things as somebody else? Kicking on from 2012’s ‘Fear Fun’, Father John Misty comes out with his beautifully twisted, witty take on love, life, and marriage with his new release I Love You, Honeybear. 423 more words

Roots

Chateau Lobby #4

I simply can’t think of anything to write today. Instead, I leave you with the poetic lyrics of my current favorite song, “Chateau Lobby #4,” by Father John Misty…of course. 200 more words

Thoughts

Crushing On:

1. NPR’s Invisibilia Podcast. One word: OBSESSED. “Invisibilia (Latin for “all the invisible things”) explores the intangible forces that shape human behavior – things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions.” Totally up my alley. 520 more words

Personal

Father John Misty's "I Love You Honeybear" A Beautiful, Lush Soundscape

We first heard of Father John Misty with the song “Nancy From Now On” which was featured on the Girls soundtrack. We adored the song and were lucky to get the opportunity from Sub Pop Records to review his upcoming sophomore release,  635 more words

Music

Miguel de Cervantes' Lost, 6-Toothed Remains May Have Been Found: Links You Need to See

Often, I find myself diving into this links post with the intent of posting as many bizarro stories as I can find on the Internet. This is a noble intent, and so I continue to pursue it. 466 more words

Pop Culture

FATHER TROLL MISTY ANNOUNCES NEW STREAMING SERVICE AND PERFORMS FOR SPOTIFY

Father John Misty‘s label Sub Pop, posted a photo of Josh Tillman himself in the snowy streets of New York holding a “karaoke machine he used to perform his new record in order to woo “industry execs” during NYC’s… 113 more words

NEW MUSIC

I Listened To The Lo-Fi Father John Misty Instrumental Album Thingy

So, on Tuesday we were treated (?) to a lo-fi, non-vocal, midi-synth version of the upcoming Father John Misty album, I Love You, Honeybear, put out by The Father himself, J. 398 more words

Indie