10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Father John Misty’s fourth LP is not a happy one. God’s Favorite Customer was written during a two-month period when singer/songwriter Joshua Tillman was, as he sings on the glum title track, “on the straits.” Temporarily separated from his wife and struggling, he delivers a literal plea against suicide on “Please Don’t Die” and unravels in a hotel lobby on the twisted folk-pop song “Mr. Tillman.” Heartache has produced his most honest, anguished work yet—but even at its most morose, Father John Misty's music is still captivating.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Father John Misty’s fourth LP is not a happy one. God’s Favorite Customer was written during a two-month period when singer/songwriter Joshua Tillman was, as he sings on the glum title track, “on the straits.” Temporarily separated from his wife and struggling, he delivers a literal plea against suicide on “Please Don’t Die” and unravels in a hotel lobby on the twisted folk-pop song “Mr. Tillman.” Heartache has produced his most honest, anguished work yet—but even at its most morose, Father John Misty's music is still captivating.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

MrFreshie ,

Sounds promising...

So far...so good...His last effort was truly enjoyable...Had a chance to see him play in a nice theatre...Trouble was my boyfriend was not into it...SOB!! Looking forward...

Phunk Cannon ,

It's Time

Yeah it's time and i'm ready!

Intro puke passion e ,

Just discovered

This is the first time I heard this guy. Good stuff! Could probably shave a minute and a half or so off the end of some of the songs

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