Father John Misty’s Delirious March In The Name Of Love

I was kindly invited by Art Parasites to review Father John Misty‘s yesterday’s show in Berlin focussing not only on the music and performance aspects, but also on how they can inspire people’s minds and feelings.

“Lyrics and mood do not only address love and emotions, but transmit the obsoleteness of role models, gender roles, materialism, jealousy or religious beliefs. His songs tell us about the importance to find yourself and create your own myth, your own role in this world and to leave something behind. He sings about compassion and forgiveness, honesty and having no fear.”

 Click on the link below for the full story on artparasites.com.

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And here our favourite dance song, interpreted by Father John Misty.

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