Trending:

Watch Father John Misty debut new track ‘Please Don’t Die’ at BBC’s Biggest Weekend

He played it onstage at BBC's Biggest Weekend in Belfast on Friday (May 25).

Father John Misty has debuted brand new track, ‘Please Don’t Die’.

The singer – real name Josh Tillman – played the new song while performing with the Ulster Orchestra at BBC’s Biggest Weekend in Belfast on Friday (May 25).

‘Please Don’t Die’ will appear on FJM’s upcoming fourth solo album, ‘God’s Favourite Customer’, which is due for release on June 1.

Advertisement

He also played ‘Just Dumb Enough to Try‘ – a track he’s previously shared from the new album.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=36&v=r1dh4FAgLUs

‘God’s Favourite Customer’ is the follow-up to 2017’s ‘Pure Comedy‘, which NME hailing as ‘a beautiful, illuminating masterpiece’.

The singer released new track ‘Mr Tillman‘ back in February, after debuting it at a live performance in Tokyo.

Last month, he shared a bizarre and gory video for the song.

Back in April, Tillman posted a meme about his album leaking early, after news spread about his new LP before he’d even announced it.

Advertisement

Meanwhile, also playing at BBC’s Biggest Weekend was Rita Ora, who took to the stage at the Swansea edition of the festival. She paid emotional tribute to the late DJ Avicii, opening the main stage by singing their single ‘Lonely Together’.

Courtney Barnett welcomed Kim and Kelley Deal from Breeders on stage to perform with her during her set at the Belfast site on Friday.

Kim and Kelley Deal helped out on the track from Barnett’s new album ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Juice WRLD, 1998-2019 – the NME obituary

The Chicago rapper has died from a seizure at the age of 21

The Best Songs Of The Decade: The 2010s

Here – after much debate – are the 100 very best songs of 2010s

The Best Albums of The Decade: The 2010s

Here it is: the ultimate guide to the 100 essential albums of the 2010s, picked, ranked and dissected by NME experts
Advertisement