When he plays standalone single ‘Real Love Baby’ it’s a surprise because we’ve all forgotten that he could be so breezy in the light of ‘Pure Comedy’, but it feels like in writing an album so comically misanthropic Josh Tillman has ended up at a place where he’s at his most happiest and authentic.
Reasons to hate Father John Misty would reach critical mass during his wildest shows, which were fun but could feel over-long the wackier and more manic he got. You can tell how less contrived he is these days from his dancing silhouette during ‘True Affection’ alone.
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