Sufjan Stevens has announced a new collaborative album with Lowell Brams. The album, Aporia, is due out on March 27th via Asthmatic Kitty. Pre-orders are now up and you can listen to the first song “The Unlimited” below.
Sufjan Stevens has shared “IV” from his upcoming ballet score.
Sufjan Stevens’s score for The Decalogue is being released for the first time on October 18th. Pre-orders are now up.
Sufjan Stevens has released two new songs, “Love Yourself” and “With My Whole Heart,” for Pride Month.
Sufjan Stevens has announced pre-orders for The Avalanche on vinyl.
Sufjan Stevens performed on the latest episode of Live From Here.
Sufjan Stevens recently talked with Stereogum about writing a song about Tonya Harding and other topics:
The song is in no way affiliated with the movie, but I certainly rushed to release it in tandem. I sent them a copy while they were still editing: “Hey, y’all, I know that you’re working on the movie. I’ve been working on this song for about 10 years.” That’s true. I’ve been trying to write a Tonya Harding song for a long time. The musical director got back to us and said, “Um, we’re kind of going in a different direction.”
Sufjan Stevens has released a video for the Helado Negro remix of “Life With Dignity.”
Sufjan Stevens has shared his new song “Tonya Harding” on Bandcamp.
Sufjan Stevens’ upcoming release, The Greatest Gift, is streaming at NPR.
Sufjan Stevens contributed “Mystery of Love,” “Visions of Gideon,” and a Doveman remix of Age of Adz’s “Futile Devices” to the soundtrack of Call Me By Your Name.
Sufjan Stevens has shared “John My Beloved (iPhone Demo)” from his upcoming outtakes, remixes, and demos album.
Sufjan Stevens has shared “Wallowa Lake Monster” from his upcoming outtakes album.
Sufjan Stevens’ record label, Asthmatic Kitty Records, has shared a clip of the previously unreleased Sufjan song, “Wallowa Lake Monster.”
Sufjan Stevens will be releasing an album of outtakes, remixes, and demos from Carrie & Lowell on October 20th.
Speaking of live albums, Sufjan Stevens will be releasing a live version of Carrie & Lowell on April 28th.
The live show was shot and produced by We Are Films, edited by Keith Bradshaw, and mixed by Casey Foubert. The video will be available on YouTube and Vimeo, and the audio will be available for purchase and/or streaming on all platforms (iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, and Bandcamp, etc.).
Sufjan Stevens has written an op-ed for The Washington Post:
A “Christian Nation” is absolutely heretical. Christ did not come into this world to become a modifier. Look what happened to the Holy Roman Empire.
Jesus said you must hate your mother and father and love your enemies. This is not obtuse provocation, but it’s spiritual deployment of true identity, which no longer resides in skin color combination, ideology, genealogy, name, people, places and things, but in the brotherhood and sisterhood of all humankind, which is ruled by love at any cost.