Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: I Love You, Honeybear
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I Love You, Honeybear is the second studio album by American folk musician Josh Tillman under his pseudonym Father John Misty. It was released on February 9, 2015, in the UK and Europe by Bella Union, and in the rest of the world on February 10, 2015, by Sub Pop. Produced by both Tillman and Jonathan Wilson, this is Tillman's second studio album since his departure from Fleet Foxes. The album was also mixed by Phil Ek, and mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound
I Love You, Honeybear is a concept album about a guy named Josh Tillman who spends quite a bit of time banging his head against walls, cultivating weak ties with strangers and generally avoiding intimacy at all costs. This all serves to fuel a version of himself that his self-loathing narcissism can deal with. We see him engaging in all manner of regrettable behavior. Father John Misty, Sub Pop’s Album Announcement. I Love You, Honeybear Q&A.
I Love You, Honeybear Lyrics: Oh, Honeybear, Honeybear, Honeybear, Mascara, blood, ash and cum, On the Rorschach sheets where we make love, Honeybear, Honeybear, Honeybear, Fuck the world, damn straight. The titular and opening track from Josh Tillman’s 2015 sophomore album as Father John Misty, the song introduces listeners to the relationship between Josh Tillman - of whom Father John Misty is an alter-ego of sorts - and his now-wife, Emma. The track has been a part of his live set since 2012. The song is part autobiography and part satire.
I Love You, Honeybear, Josh Tillman's second full-length as Father John Misty, is by turns passionate and disillusioned, tender and angry, so cynical it's repulsive and so openhearted it hurts. The album ends with what were apparently his first words to his wife: "Seen you around. A few lines earlier, he had us at the brink of their deaths.
4. Three years ago, singer-songwriter J. Tillman traded morose ballads for mordant wit, headed down the coast from Seattle to Los Angeles and rechristened himself Father John Misty.
Father John Misty left a successful band and invented a whole new persona just so he could get away from the idea of cliche. And then he fell in love, the biggest cliche of all. FJM is, of course, Josh Tillman, a young man who escaped a fundamentalist Christian upbringing in suburban Maryland to spend his ’20s working low-paying jobs and releasing sincere, downtrodden folk album after sincere, downtrodden folk album. Somewhere in there, he joined Fleet Foxes as the band’s drummer. For a moment, he felt like he was saved
I Love You, Honeybear,' the album's lead-off track, is possibly its best. It's a 33-year-old . dwelling indie rock singer's version of 'It Was a Good Day' meets the melodrama of 'Candle in the Wind,' a song about euphoric, end-of-the-world epicureanism, about having sex and smoking joints all day with the blinds closed to the crumbling world. Musically, it's pure fun - strings rise and recede, a honky-tonk piano shambles, a pedal steel reaches for the song's climax