Sufjan Stevens‘ long-awaited Age of Adz if finally available for everyone to stream in its entirety before its October 12 release date. That way, folks can decide whether or not they’re going to purchase it (or if you’ve already pre-ordered it like me, you can listen to it before having the glorious physical copy in your hands). I haven’t had a chance to listen to it yet, but I thought I’d share the love. Stream Age of Adz below or on NPR.
Welcome back, Sufjan. It’s been far to too long.
Okay, Sufjan Stevens has literally been gifting us with new tracks this month like an overzealous high school boyfriend, and hey–I’m not complaining. Now we have 2 free tracks, “I Walked” and “Too Much,” available for download off his highly anticipated Age of Adz.
Now enjoy and gush over it with your friends like you did your high school sweetheart–you know you want to.
The always brilliant Sufjan Stevens has returned with 8-track EP, All Delighted People, which is available for download for a mere $5 or free to stream.
According to the Steven’s bandcamp…
All Delighted People is built around two different versions of Sufjan’s long-form epic ballad “All Delighted People,” a dramatic homage to the Apocalypse, existential ennui, and Paul Simon’s “Sounds of Silence.” Sounds delightful, yes! The song was originally workshopped on Sufjan’s previous tour in the fall of 2009. Other songs on the EP include the 17-minute guitar jam-for-single-mothers “Djohariah,” and the gothic piano ballad “The Owl and the Tanager,” a live-show mainstay (and Debbie Downer if you ask us; what’s it doing on a “Delighted” EP?).