Epic offering recalls the group’s 2011 album, Ceremonials.
Starring Ian Beattie of Game of Thrones.
Classic Album Review: Sufjan Stevens’ Songs for Christmas Clings to the Good Left in the Holiday Season
A musical gift to help alleviate the season’s heartbreak, greed, and tears.
The ambitious songwriter delivers a series of shifting moods that swirl and coalesce into a rich tapestry.
High As Hope single is an emotional tribute to Patti Smith.
Plus, Zach Condon has mapped out 2019 tour dates in North America and Europe.
Three-song appearance featured selections from last year’s High as Hope and 2015’s How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.
Mutual Benefit’s Jordan Lee gives Track by Track breakdown of new album, Thunder Follows the Light: Stream
The follow-up to 2016’s Skip a Sinking Stone is now available.
The UK outfit also recorded an in-studio rendition of High as Hope single “Hunger”.
Plus, the art pop composer will tour throughout this fall and winter.
Album Review: The Debut from Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner’s Big Red Machine Gets Lost in the Noise
The ambitious collaboration between Justin Vernon and The National’s Aaron Dessner quickly becomes a stale and fussy affair.
Dev Hynes himself directed the clip for the Negro Swan track.