FATHER JOHN MISTY Launches Video Clip For His Beatific Ballad ‘GOODBYE MR. BLUE’

Eye-catching video clips

18 March 2022

Last week acclaimed American singer-songwriter FATHER JOHN MISTY
(real name: Joshua Michael Tillman) dropped a beautific ballad from his
new, fifth album, entitled Chloë And The Next 20th Century . The LP
lands on 8 April via Sub Pop

GOODBYE MR. BLUE sounds like
the ghosts of Harry Nilsson and
Bobby Goldsboro joined Misty in
the studio.

Now there’s a video for the song, shot in Bulgaria last September.
I still can’t figure out what the story is about. Can you?

FATHER JOHN MISTY: Facebook

FATHER JOHN MISTY Brings HARRY NILSSON Back On His Brand New Beatific Single ‘GOODBYE MR. BLUE’

New striking strokes

10 March 2022

Artist: FATHER JOHN MISTY
Who: Singer-songwriter (real name: Joshua Michael Tillman)
from Rockville, Maryland, U.S.

New album: CHLOË AND THE NEXT 20TH CENTURY – his fifth LP
Release: 8 April 2022 via Sub Pop

“‘Chloë and the Next 20th Century’ was written and recorded August through
December 2020 and features arrangements by Drew Erickson. The album sees
Tillman and producer/multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Wilson resume their
longtime collaboration.”

New single: GOODBYE MR BLUE

A beautific ballad echoing the late great voice Harry Nilsson.
This new cut sounds like a slower version of Nilsson‘ 1968
hit Everybody’s Talkin (listen below).

Hear why here…

Live…

.
Harry Nilsson – 1968…

FATHER JOHN MISTY: Facebook