Grief is “transformed into something brimming with life” (The Quietus) in this concert based around Sufjan Stevens’ latest album, Carrie & Lowell.

One of the most admired musicians of the last decade, Stevens ascended even greater creative heights in 2015, with Carrie & Lowell — inspired by the death of his mother — widely declared his most impressive achievement yet and among the year’s best albums. Similar praise was heaped upon the gigs The Guardian called “truly spectacular”, where he performed the album in full.

Experience Stevens and his band’s “radiant rendering” (The Irish Times) of Carrie & Lowell, with its “masterful and carefully shorn” lyrics and music (Pitchfork), along with a selection of other songs from across his remarkable career.

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"By the time of Fourth of July's 'we're all going to die' refrain people are actually – somewhat merrily – singing along" – Simon Sweetman's review on Stuff.

Sufjan Stevens interview on RNZ National's Saturday Morning with Kim Hill.

Sufjan Stevens interview on Stuff.

Sunday 06 Mar
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