Father John Misty comes to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium with special guest Weyes Blood on Monday, September 25 at 8:00pm. Tickets go on sale Friday April 14th at 10am and will be available through the USCC Box Office, online at Ticketmaster.com, or by phone at 800-745-3000.
Father John Misty has scheduled 2017 international headlining tour dates this fall in support of Pure Comedy, out this Friday on Sub Pop and Bella Union. The new round of dates span September 13th in Boston at Blue Hills Pavilion through November 20th in Lisbon, Portugal at Coliseu dos Recreios. Early pre-sales for these new shows begin April 10th at 10am (local time), with tickets on sale to general public on Wednesday April 12th at 10am (local time) in Europe, Thursday April 13th at 10am (local time) in Canada, and Friday April 14th at 10am in the U.S. (local time).
Support for these shows will come from Weyes Blood (September 18th-October 6th; October 11th-November 16th; November 18th-20th), Tim Heidecker (April 12th), Dams of the West (May 5th-10th; May 15th), Entrance (May 24th), Adam Green (May 11th), Hamilton Leithauser (June 27th-June 28th), Phosphorescent (September 13th-15th; October 7th), Tennis (August 19th), Jenny Lewis (August 25th), and Adanowsky (June 7th).
Father John Misty’s spring & summer international festival schedule includes Coachella (April 14th & 21st), Glastonbury (June 21st-25th), Down the Rabbit Hole Festival in Ewijk, Netherlands (June 23rd-25th), Roskilde (June 30th), Splendour in the Grass (July 21- 23), Fuji Rock (July 28th – July 30th), Winnipeg’s Interstellar Rodeo (August 18th), and Portland, Oregon’s Project Pabst (August 26th).
What people are saying about Pure Comedy:
“A sprawling, incisive, exasperating, hilarious, and yes, petulant look at modern life” – New York Times
“…His sly yet compassionate new album, Pure Comedy…dials back some of the sarcasm and posing — and much of the busy musical action — of his previous work in favor of stately but earnestly presented tunes about the necessity of human connection.” – LA Times
“By lulling listeners with a gorgeous melody only to confront them with something such as human extinction, he believes he’s aiming for a loftier target….With Pure Comedy, he hits it. Although it was written and recorded prior to the 2016 U.S. election, Misty’s third album is almost unnervingly prescient in its political and religious commentary, no doubt informed by Tillman’s devout Christian upbringing. It’s a behemoth of a record, not only for its 75-minute running time, but its exploration of existential questions.” – Globe and Mail