Sisyphus is the new name for the collaboration between Serengeti, Son Lux, and Sufjan Stevens (formally s/s/s). Their new project under this moniker is a self-titled album partly inspired by the art of Jim Hodges, and commissioned by the Walker Art Center and The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's Liquid Music series in Minneapolis/Saint Paul.
Liquid Music and the Walker Art Center will present a retrospective of Jim Hodge's work alongside a listening party of the new album on the 14th February 2014, where fifty limited edition copies of the vinyl will be available for purchase.
Asthmatic Kitty Records and Joyful Noise Recordings will release the record widely on17th March 2014 in the UK and Europe, 18th March in the USA.
01 Calm It Down
02 Take Me
03 Booty Call
04 Rhythm of Devotion
05 Flying Ace
06 My Oh My
07 I Won't Be Afraid
08 Lion's Share
09 Dishes in the Sink
10 Hardly Hanging On
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