The song is taken from his forthcoming album 'God's Favorite Customer', which is out tomorrow (June 1)
Father John Misty has shared his latest video, with the artist appearing in claymation form in a spooky new clip for the track ‘Please Don’t Die’ – check it out below.
The visuals are the latest piece of promo for the release of Father John’s imminent new album ‘God’s Favorite Customer’, which will finally hit shelves tomorrow (June 1). The record was the subject of an online leak last month – news he responded to by mocking himself with a meme.
The animated stop-motion video for ‘Please Don’t Die’ has now arrived, which depicts a clay version of Father John descending into hell.
The Chris Hopewell-directed clip sees the artist taking a grisly tour through hell, before he later comes upon his final resting place – but there is, of course, a twist.
Check out the video for Father John Misty’s ‘Please Don’t Die’ below.
Last weekend, Father John Misty performed at the inaugural All Points East Festival in London – check out the NME verdict on the show here.
That slot at All Points East was part of busy weekend of performing in the UK for Father John, with the artist also playing at the BBC’s Biggest Weekend Festival – where he gave a live debut to ‘Please Don’t Die’.