Father John Misty has been out on the road promoting his latest record, I Love You, Honeybear, for the past month and will continue to travel the country well into early summer. Photographer Tom Daly caught his set at Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club, along with opener King Tuff, whose Black Moon Spell dropped last fall. Shrouded in an intense layer of fog, King Tuff’s bassist gave a shout-out to D.C. for legalizing marijuana toward the end of their dynamic set. Father John Misty’s big up to the District of Columbia was a tad more smarmy: “Thanks for coming out you razor sharp, jaded D.C. cynics.” FJM said this after snagging a girl’s cell-phone from the audience. She had been shooting a video, and FJM took the opportunity to record himself singing on stage in front of the neon “No Photography” sign. It was a pointed, sarcastic gesture, and the audience applauded loudly when the song was through. FJM assured the crowd that his encore was “meticulously curated for maximum pants moisture,” and it included a cover of Leonard Cohen’s “I’m Your Man.” Scroll through Daly’s photos of the performance above.