Father John Misty shares two new songs, ‘To R.’ and ‘To S.’

Father John Misty has returned with two brand new songs – listen to ‘To R.’ and ‘To S.’ below.

The tracks come as a AA-side, which is part of the Sub Pop Singles Club.

The two new songs are Josh Tillman’s first since 2018, when he released his most recent album, ‘God’s Favorite Customer’.

  • Read more: Father John Misty – ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ review

Since then, the singer has released a new live album called ‘Off-Key In Hamburg’, which saw proceeds donated to the MusiCares coronavirus relief fund, and released a new Bandcamp EP of Leonard Cohen covers.

Listen to new songs ‘To R.’ and ‘To S.’ below.

Reviewing the recent ‘Off-Key In Hamburg’ live album, NME wrote: “Thanks to the sterling work of the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt, everything here is scattered with a liberal amount of magic dust, elevating it from your normal gig into a swish, Sinatra-style outing.

“With trilling woodwind and perky brass, ‘Nancy From Now On’ bears more resemblance to a Disney soundtrack than it does the strum-along acoustic BDSM ballad of 2012’s debut ‘Fear Fun’. The grungy stomp of ‘Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings’ now shimmers with the added help of a full string section.”


‘God’s Favorite Customer’ was given a four-star review back in 2018, with NME writing: “It’s a record riddled with questions, while refusing to offer answers. In remaining tight-lipped, this taciturn new aspect to Father John Misty might be his most genuinely sincere, and his most profound.”