FATHER JOHN MISTY – ” Chloe And The Next 20th Century “

Posted: January 5, 2022 in MUSIC
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Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) has announced the release of a new album via a spoken word flexi disc record sent to a select handful of fans on his mailing list. The new album, entitled “Chloe And The Next 20th Century”, will be out on April 8th, 2022 via Sub Pop/Bella Union. One recipient of the flexi disc uploaded a video of the record being played on Reddit.

When the bells toll and 2021 turns to 2022 in a few weeks, it will mark four calendar years since the last time the world got a new album out of Father John Misty. This would have been an unthinkably long time to wait during the run that gave us not one but three album cycles full of mordant folk-rock philosophizing and off-the-wall interviews between 2015 and 2018, but a lot has happened in the world since then, and anyway, papa’s vacation appears to be ending soon.

“Available April 8th, 2022 on Sub Pop and Bella Union. Father John Misty’s new album: “Chloe And The Next 20th Century.” Get it on vinyl, CD, the other one, uh, cassette. And in beautiful deluxe hardback edition with expanded artwork and much more. This is the album. Eleven new tracks produced by Jonathan Wilson and Josh Tillman. “Chloe And The Next 20th Century”. It’s technically new.”

The album’s limited deluxe edition comes in a hardcover book featuring bonus 7″ singles. One includes Lana Del Rey’s cover of the album track “Buddy’s Rendezvous,” and the other features Jack Cruz’s version of “Kiss Me (I Loved You).”

Father John Misty’s last album, “God’s Favorite Customer”, was released in 2018 via Sub Pop Records,

Father John Misty Chloë and the Next 20th Century

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