Last night (May 18) on NBC's Late Night With Seth Meyers, folk singer-songwriter Father John Misty stopped by the set to perform two tracks off of his latest sophomore effort, I Love You, Honeybear. You can watch him feeling the groove of electro single "True Affection" above.

Since we don't talk about his name all that much, and in case you were ever wondering, J. Tillman (the artist's given name), is not in fact a priest or anything, but chose the moniker simply because he liked it and as a way to rebrand himself with this particular music project. The indie scene has taken a liking to him quickly, with Father John even recently joining Florence Welch and her band on stage at Coachella for a duet of "Love Hurts."

During Late Night, Tillman was later reintroduced by the host to perform another one of the album's popular tracks, "Nothing Good Ever Happens at the Thirsty Crow," the recap of which you can watch below. I Love You, Honeybear is out now via Sub Pop.

Father John Misty Performs "Nothing Good Ever Happens at the Thirsty Crow"

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