It has been five years since Sufjan Stevens released the surprisingly electronic The Age of Adz. Since then, he has done a few tours, written scores for both a ballet and a rodeo documentary and released another five album Christmas box set. Not to mention, he played Cyndi Lauper’s Home For The Holidays benefit concert alongside with 50 Cent and Salt-N-Pepa.

But the wait for a new Sufjan Stevens album is over. His new album Carrie & Lowell is coming Mar. 31, 2015. No one ever knows what to expect from the songwriter, but if the album is anything like the trailer, it will take listeners back to the sounds of his earlier work.

Among the many collaborations on the album include Casey Foubert (ex-Pedro the Lion), Sean Carey (Bon Iver) and Thomas Bartlett (Doveman).

 

Track listing:

01 Death With Dignity
02 Should Have Known Better
03 All of Me Wants All of You
04 Drawn to the Blood
05 Fourth of July
06 The Only Thing
07 Carrie & Lowell
08 Eugene
09 John My Beloved
10 No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross
11 Blue Bucket of Gold

 

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