It is not surprising that he’s been adored by his fans. Whether he is standing on the drum, throwing the stand of a microphone over his shoulder, Father John Misty, also known mostly by the stage name Josh Tilman gets the type of attention he deserves or requires. With his new releases in 2015 including the Honeybear, I Love You, and many more, Tiillman has rocked shows. However, what made this show rock the most is the presence of the garage pop stare we all known by Kyle Thomas.
The stage was a depiction of excellent dichotomy with songs like “I Love You, True Affectio, No Photography, etc” being the most popular. These showed a very small move from the Fear Fun acoustic that rocked the 2012 rock sound. The show was also a ground for more laughter and entertainment. Right from electro to R & B to ballad “rock” was a new life addition to the audience and the entire show. This lively show was taken to the next level as well, especially with songs including Nancy For Now On”, “Funtimes in Babylon”, and “Hollywood Forever Cemetery” were driven by the best of beats and inculcated into the audience, some kind of real electro punches. It was a site to witness.
The show was characterized by shared laughter throughout, something that can be said to being a usual thing about Father John Misty. The show, which was a complete musical show almost turned into a humorcenter or if you like, a humor show. As such, “Bored in The U.S” claimed the biggest of response as the canned laughter of the audience was completely filled wh
Kyle Thomas came out as a very infectious act in the opening of the show. Just with this band, a lot of the audience that attended could have just been satisfied just with the stunning performance from Kyle Thomas and his team alone. Just like that of Marilyn Manson and Alice Cooper, the name King Tuff is both a pseudonym of the vocalist or if you want; guitarist Kyle Thomas. Present at this show was his paddies Old Gary, the drums lord and the bass boss, Magic Jake. If Kyle was at this ground-breaking show with his team, you can imagine that the real ‘unstoppable’ was depicted excellently here.
Thomas Kyle didn’t just come to express his music alone. Right from the fact that he stormed the show with Black Moon Spell to the Eyes of the Muse to CCR-like and to Eddie’s song, they changed the show into a lively destination for anybody who wanted entertainment, and especially for all people who would want to go.
Right from the beginning to the end of the show, Thomas and his team made sure that they excited the entire audience till the close of the show. This was also a ground to show how great Father John Misty and that of King Tuff can collaborate to bring the best of excitement in every person that attended the show.