Let's face it, we're not short of music streaming services anymore, and it seems that everyone's at it. Josh Tillman, AKA Father John Misty has just launched his own platform, 'Streamline Audio Protocol', or 'SAP' for short. To debut this new venture, you can hear the (kind of) premiere of his new album, 'I Love You, Honeybear'. Here's what he has to say about the project (which is basically just taking the mickey!):
"JOSH TILLMAN INTRODUCES BREAKTHROUGH DIGITAL MUSIC SERVICE
Streamline Audio Protocol (SAP)
DEBUTS SAP WITH FREE STREAM OF HIS NEW FATHER JOHN MISTY ALBUM
“I LOVE YOU HONEYBEAR”
A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM INNOVATOR/SONGWRITER JOSH TILLMAN:
Hello! As an artist, it has been thrilling to see how a decade or so of increasingly free music on the internet has facilitated a veritable anarchic consumer utopia for fans of sharing, rating, discovering and music. Within the last year or so, I started to ask myself a question: We all know free is great for the fans, but how can we extend this freedom to artists as well? Is there a way to ensure that no one, artist or fan, ever has to spend, or lose, any money on music ever?
For much more information and an exclusive SAP stream of my new album I Love You, Honeybear
head to: www.fatherjohnmisty.com"