Josh Tillman has lived many lives. In 2015, he’s a man with one of the year’s most compelling albums. Tillman made six austere, quiet, solo albums before morphing into the Fleet Foxes’ invisible and irreconcilable drummer. In 2012, he channeled a new energy, releasing his first – and much more adventurous – album Fear Fun under Father John Misty moniker. I Love You, Honeybear is full of songs about falling hopelessly in love that avoid the trappings of songs in that oeuvre. He’s a literate rascal whose articulate, tender – and sometimes cynical – songs can be droll and damned funny.