Stevens performed the hit at his show in Jersey City on Saturday night (October 31)
The song will feature on limited-edition release 'One Night Stand'
Gaspar Claus' project brought artists together over a single night in Brooklyn
The singer released new record 'Carrie & Lowell' in March
The song follows on from Stevens' recent album 'Carrie & Lowell'
Great loss often inspires great art: Lou Reed and John Cale’s Warhol tribute ‘Songs For Drella’, or Rufus Wainwright’s eulogy to his mother ‘All Days Are Night: Songs For Lulu’…
The musician's first album in five years has been described as a return to his 'folk roots'
The singer-songwriter will release the album on March 30
The singer-songwriter will release his new album 'Carrie & Lowell' on March 30
Details of UK listening parties for new album 'Carrie & Lowell' announced
Follow up to 'The Age Of Adz' heralds Stevens' "return to folk roots"
Stevens has co-created and scored the film
The singer's latest project is a collaboration with Chicago MC Serengeti and New York composer Son Lux
Stevens corrects the singer's verb structure on '#GetItRight', which features on new album 'Bangerz'
Song was originally recorded in 2010, he says
Sufjan Stevens really likes Christmas. The Michigan maestro’s obsession with all things Yuletide has now spawned 100-odd songs and two collections, the last of which – 2006’s ‘Songs For Christmas’,…
Singer reworks 'Alphabet St' on forthcoming 'Silver & Gold' album
'Silver & Gold' compiles five seasonal EPs recorded between 2006 and 2010
Singer releases promo for finals dates of tour.
Singer-songwriter speaks about 'supernatural' sensory illness
Singer playing seven UK shows, including The Great Escape
Singer-songwriter explains that he was unable to work for 'several months'
Performance based on the singer-songwriter's work will take place on November 5 and 6
He’s a tricky so-and-so that [a]Sufjan Stevens[/a]. It’s five years since ‘[b]Illinois[/b]’ forced twee kids everywhere to down their ironic bingo cards and shake hands with the wider world, and…
Singer's record label says 'The Age Of Adz' is worth 'more than the cost of a latte'
The sounds rattling round the skulls of the NME staff this week 1. Sufjan Stevens – ‘I Walked’ It’s five years since Sufjan Stevens released his semi-seminal album ‘Illinois’.…
Toying with people’s emotions is a habit reserved only for the most dreaded coves, and given [a]Sufjan Stevens[/a]’ beautiful, heartbreaking back catalogue, we didn’t think he practiced that sort of…
'The Age Of Adz' is out on October 11
'All Delighted People' is available right now
'All Delighted People' is the follow-up to 2009's 'The BQE'