Hear the title song from Father John Misty’s new album, “Pure Comedy”

It's due on April 7

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Father John Misty has announced details of his new album, Pure Comedy.

The record is due for release on April 7 on Bella Union in the UK/Europe and Sub Pop in America.

You can hear the title track of the album below.

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Pure Comedy was co-produced by Josh Tillman and long-time producer Jonathan Wilson; mixed by Tillman, Wilson and Trevor Spencer, and mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering Studios.

The album features string, horn and choral arrangements from Gavin Bryars with additional contributions from Nico Muhly and Thomas Bartlett.

The Pure Comedy tracklisting is:

Pure Comedy
Total Entertainment Forever
Things It Would Have Been Helpful to Know Before the Revolution
Ballad of the Dying Man
Birdie
Leaving LA
A Bigger Paper Bag
When the God of Love Returns There’ll Be Hell to Pay
Smoochie
Two Wildly Different Perspectives
The Memo
So I’m Growing Old on Magic Mountain
In Twenty Years or So

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