God's Favorite Customer (GFC) has all of the typical Father John Misty (FJM) falsettos, orchestration, and wit. But what it really lacks is the apocalyptic doom that Pure Comedy gave us. This album is turned down a bit and much more introspective, it takes an emotional look at heartbreak and the ugly side of love.
I fully recognize that FJM can come off as self-absorbed, hedonistic, and narcissistic. His rants against mindless entertainment can seem hypocritical, his bravo hip-thrusting ... read more