Father John Misty - Anthem +3
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Based on 68 ratings
2020 Ratings: #224
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July 3, 2020 / Release Date
EP / Format
Sub Pop / Label
Indie Folk / Genres
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Father John Misty is one of my favorite artists of the 2010s, and all four of his albums he released that decade were great, so of course I was excited to see what he delivered next. That came in the form of the Anthem +3 EP, which is a covers EP, but one which I was still interested in listening to. Josh covers Leonard Cohen, Yusuf/Cat Stevens and Link Wray, which made since, seeing how these artists' songs are similar to that of Josh's style. Predictably, he sticks to his regular piano rock ... read more
He’s got a great beard, man. Good covers too.
A nice and compact project from Josh that just feels really peaceful.

Best Track: One of Us Cannot Be Wrong
Worst Track: Fallin' Rain
FMJ is easily, along with Klo Pelgag and Laura Marling, artists that I recently met and that I place on a level above many others, in this EP FJM hits us with what he knows best, another great pack of Chamber Pop/Indie Rock.
Unbelievably passionate little EP from FJM here. All four tracks are covers and FJM performs them beautifully. "One of Us Cannot Be Wrong" literally gave me goosebumps the first time I heard it and I currently have it on repeat right now. This is, without a doubt, my favorite release of the night.
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Track List

  1. Anthem
  2. Fallin' Rain
  3. Trouble
  4. One of Us Cannot Be Wrong
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Added on: July 2, 2020