Sufjan Stevens


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Each track on ‘Javelin’ starts intimately: the trickle of an acoustic guitar, the patter of a lidded piano, and the cascade of a coruscant arpeggio....

Each track on ‘Javelin’ starts intimately: the trickle of an acoustic guitar, the patter of a lidded piano, and the cascade of a coruscant arpeggio. And then, of course, there is that disarming voice, the throughline in one of the most eclectic catalogues of any songwriter this century - soft but strong, as if the very scenes of hurt and hope it is about to share have only galvanized it through the decades.

‘Javelin’ pairs musical sweep with emotional breadth, an entire lifetime of feeling woven into 42-minutes. On ‘Javelin’, Sufjan, as you may know him best, returns, offering gorgeous, if pained, glimpses of himself, so that we may see ourselves more fully.

“I think it’s safe to say that Sufjan Stevens is one of the most prolific and absolutely gifted American songwriters of the 21st century.” - NPR

Includes 48-page full-colour booklet of essays and artwork by Sufjan.

Lemonade coloured vinyl in double wide spine.

Sufjan Stevens is a multifaceted and immensely talented musician known for his distinctive blend of folk, indie rock, and experimental pop. Born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1975, Stevens has established himself as a profoundly creative force in the music industry. His discography includes a diverse range of albums, from the deeply personal and emotionally charged "Carrie & Lowell" to the expansive and conceptually rich "Illinois." Stevens' lyrical prowess is often characterized by introspection and vivid storytelling, while his musical arrangements are marked by their intricacy and orchestral grandeur.

His willingness to explore new sonic territories and incorporate various instruments into his compositions sets him apart as an innovative artist who continues to captivate and inspire a devoted fan base. With a career spanning several decades, Sufjan Stevens remains a celebrated figure in contemporary music, celebrated for his ability to craft songs that resonate on both a personal and universal level.


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