Oh, Father, where art thou? Dancing on a drum set in front of the Seth Meyers
crowd, apparently. Riding along with the success of his sold out tour, Father John Misty brings his new album, I Love You, Honeybear
, to life with an absolutely electrifying performance. Showcasing his love songs "True Affection" and "Nothing Good Ever Happens At The Thirsty Cow," he brings an unmistakably 70s influenced vibe to the tracks, complete with mini synth and all. His affection is in full throttle as he cant control his jittery dancing and falls to his knees during a languorously soft guitar solo in his second act. There is a distinct sensuality here that demands attention; an emotional performance that makes it clear why his tour is sold out.