An embarrassing mistake for both parties…
Pitchfork, the self proclaimed “Most Trusted Voice In Music,” dropped the ball big time late Thursday evening when they accidentally posted a nude photo of Father John Misty.
The photo, which has since been taken down, sparked various theories across the internet— the most popular of which is that the photo is the cover art for Misty’s upcoming album, This Generation (Boy Are We Crazy)
Father John Misty is no stranger to controversy. In 2016, he received mass criticism after cutting a festival performance short to go on a rant about how hard it is to constantly have to solve all of the worlds problems with his music.
Misty has yet to comment on the nude photo, but Pitchfork has offered the following comment: “We’re very sorry for this mistake. It won’t happen again.”
Check out the tracklist for Father John Misty’s upcoming album below:
- So Sad Today (Because Of Political Stuff)
- That Girl I Met In Austin, What Was Your Name?
- This Generation (Boy Ain’t We Nutty?)
- This Generation (Boy Are We Crazy)
- Sitting On The Road
- Bob Dylan VS. Woody Guthrie (Who’s The Winner?)
- Entertainment…Ain’t She A Bitch
- The Ballad Of Being White
- Writing A Song (For Pop Sensation Beyonce)
- Comedy, But No One Is Laughing