Sufjan Stevens has announced his first UK tour in six years, including two dates at London's Royal Festival Hall. See details below.
The singer released his seventh album, Carrie & Lowell, back in March to wholly justified critical acclaim, and he's set to headline his first UK festival - End Of The Road - this summer.
Stevens set inimitably high standards for the rest of Carrie & Lowell when he revealed its devastating first single, 'Should Have Known Better', earlier in the year.
Thankfully, what followed lived up to these standards - the album was a characteristically bleak, wistful and understated return to the sparseness of his earlier records.
Listen to 'Should Have Known Better' by Sufjan Stevens below
He's now revealed a string of UK tour dates around End Of The Road, kicking off with the previously-announced Edinburgh Playhouse gig on 30 August, before travelling down to Manchester, London, Brighton and Bristol.
See Sufjan Stevens' full UK tour dates below. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 23 April. For tickets and more information, click here.
30 August Edinburgh Playhouse
31 August - Manchester Apollo
2 September London Royal Festival Hall
3 September London Royal Festival Hall
4 September Brighton Dome
6 September Bristol Colston Hall