Father John Misty has announced his fifth studio album. Chloë and the next 20th century will be released on April 8 via Sub Pop worldwide and Bella Union in Europe. The announcement comes today with the video for his new song “Funny Girl.” See the Nicholas Ashe Bateman-directed image below.
The new album was produced with Father John Misty’s longtime collaborator Jonathan Wilson. It was mixed by Dave Cerminara, and the album also features arrangements from Drew Erickson. In addition to standard vinyl, CD, cassette and digital releases, the album’s limited deluxe edition comes in a hardcover book with 7 “bonus singles. One includes Lana Del Rey’s cover of the album track” Buddy’s Rendezvous “and the other features of Jack Cruz ‘ version of “Kiss Me (I Loved You).” Find the album’s tracklist and illustrations below.
Father John Misty last published God’s favorite science in 2018. Since November, he has been posting cryptic photos teasing the album’s arrival on his Instagram.
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Chloë and the next 20th century:
02 Goodbye Mr. Blue
03 Kiss me (I loved you)
04 (Everything except) Her love
05 Buddy’s Rendezvous
07 Forgotten (Another moment)
08 Funny girl
09 Only a fool
10 We could be strangers
11 The next 20th century