Upcoming folk artist Father John Misty has just released the video for 'Nancy From Now On.' The Former Fleet Foxes drummer Josh Tillman began pursuing his solo career, developing his alter ego FJM. While the musician has curated an entertaining dual-personality, he has also been able to express his creativity in a myriad of ways. Tillman co-directed the music video for the single from his coming album 'Fear Fun.' The album is set to be released in the beginning of May through SubPop records.
The Nancy From Now On video is racy and explicit, showing the folk artist romping in a hotel room with a patent-leather clad lady. The vixen, adorned with studs and whips, commits a series of violent, yet sultry moves on Father John Misty. The heavily bearded fella simply indulges in the moment, drinking booze and allowing himself to be suffocated under a pillow. After a hair cut and a night at the bar, the artist finally returns home. But, is it to another lady or was this vixen his honey the whole time? You can't be sure.
The Father John Misty 'Nancy From Now On' Music Video is Steamy
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