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I got into my van with enough mushrooms to choke a horse and started driving down the coast with nowhere to go.
The voice that is actually useful. A critical and commercial sleeper hit, Fear Fun, Tillman's debut under the moniker Father John Misty, was a reinvention that immediately made his former gig a footnote in any press coverage he received.
I knew there was never any going back to the place I was writing from before, which was a huge relief. His excitement is really evident in mixes, I think. That Canadian shaman gave a little too much to me! The monkey got banished off my back.
What I call it is totally arbitrary, but I like the name. Instead, journalists were now focusing on the onstage superstar who had suddenly emerged out of Tillman.
I see a lot of rampant, sexless, male-fantasy everywhere in the music around me.
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I have a really morbid sense of humor. People were coming in and out of the studio all day sometimes, and other days, it would just be Jonathan and I holed up, getting stoned, and doing everything. His intermittently-deleted and hilarious Twitter account is down right now. What I call it is totally arbitrary, but I like the name. I like humor and sex and mischief. I never got to choose mine. Pretty narcissistic stuff. Today's song, featured on the Mo I got into my van with enough mushrooms to choke a horse and started driving down the coast with nowhere to go. After a few weeks, I was writing a novel, which is where I finally found my narrative voice. His excitement is really evident in mixes, I think. Driving with a country-style drum beat and soaring guitars, "I'm Writing A Novel" is perhaps Father John Misty's quintessential track and an indie rock version of Arrested Development: self-referential, clever, and highly enjoyable to even those who don't get the in-jokes. Father John Misty - I'm Writing A Novel MP3 Although he spent the majority of his career releasing somber folk albums under his birth name Joshua Tillman , the Seattle musician now known as Father John Misty has become one of the last year's most consistently fascinating artists, riding a Bowie-like reinvention to an inevitable spot in the upper echelons of indie rock. Lyrically, his absurdist fever dreams of pain and pleasure elicit, in equal measures, the blunt descriptive power of Bukowski or Brautigan, the hedonist-philosophy of Oscar Wilde and the dried-out wit of Loudon Wainwright III.
His intermittently-deleted and hilarious Twitter account is down right now. I like humor and sex and mischief.
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