Sufjan Stevens Announces New Album ‘The Ascension’

Sufjan Stevens has announced his long-awaited follow-up to Carrie & Lowell. His new album, comprised of 15 new songs and accompanied by a 16-page booklet of his drawings, is called The Ascension, and it’s set for release on September 25 via Asthmatic Kitty Records. Check out the cover art and tracklist below.

The first preview of the album, the 12-minute ‘America’, will be unveiled on Friday (July 3). Though his first full solo album in five years, the singer-songwriter released a collaborative record with his stepfather, Lowell Brams, back in March called Aporia.

The Ascension Cover Artwork:

The Ascension Tracklist:

1. Make Me An Offer I Cannot Refuse
2. Run Away With Me
3. Video Game
4. Lamentations
5. Tell Me You Love Me
6. Die Happy
7. Ativan
8. Ursa Major
9. Landslide
10. Gilgamesh
11. Death Star
12. Goodbye To All That
13. Sugar
14. The Ascension
15. America

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