SUFJAN STEVENS is an American singer-songwriter born in Detroit, Michigan. He is best known for the albums Carrie & Lowell (2015), Age Of Adz (2010), Illinois (2005), Seven Swans (2004), and Michigan (2003).

Recent work includes three songs for the film Call Me By Your Name, a song about Tonya Harding, and collaborations with choreographer Justin Peck for the New York City Ballet. 

Sufjan lives in New York City.












Sufjan's most recent single is an ode to American figure skater Tonya Harding.

Lead single "Should Have Known Better" from Sufjan's acclaimed 2015 album Carrie & Lowell.

Sufjan's 2015 Carrie & Lowell. Available on CD/LP/tape/digital.
Sufjan's 2015 Carrie & Lowell. Available on CD/LP/tape/digital.
Released in 2010, The Age of Adz is a 2xLP based in part on the work of artist Royal Robertson.
Released in 2005, Sufjan's Illinois 2XLP includes "Chicago," "John Wayne Gacy Jr." and "Casimir Pulaski Day." 
All Delighted People (2010)
Seven Swans (2004)
Michigan (2003)

Sufjan made his own animation for his song "The Greatest Gift" using cut-outs from Jehovah's Witness Awake! pamphlets.

Carrie & Lowell Live, performed at the The North Charleston Performing Arts Center in 2015.

"Too Much," stop-motion music video for song from Age of Adz, directed by Deborah Johnson.