Listening Post

Father John Misty’s just dropped the whole of ‘Pure Comedy’ on YouTube – here it is

Yep, all of it

Father John Misty‘s ‘Pure Comedy’ is an album that takes some unraveling. Our review goes some way in trying to do that.

It’s released today (7 April) – it’s in the shops, on the normal streaming services, but Josh Tillman’s US label Sub Pop have also posted it on YouTube. That’s all of it, the whole 1 hour 14 minutes and 25 seconds of strangely enjoyable end of days ballads.

So, here it is.

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