Stream The Week's Best New Songs From Sufjan Stevens, Lonnie Holley, More : All Songs Considered This week's All Songs Considered features an epic new song from Sufjan Stevens, a piano nocturne from Thomas Bartlett, a surprise release from Bill Callahan and more.

Featured Artists And Songs:

1. Bill Callahan "Pigeons" from Gold Record
2. Fenne Lily "Alapathy" from Breach
3. Lonnie Holley "Like Hell Broke Away" from National Freedom
4. Thomas Bartlett "Lucida" from Shelter
5. Sufjan Stevens "America" from The Ascension

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New Mix: Sufjan Stevens, Bill Callahan, Fenne Lily, Lonnie Holley And More

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New Mix: Sufjan Stevens, Bill Callahan, Fenne Lily, Lonnie Holley And More

New Mix: Sufjan Stevens, Bill Callahan, Fenne Lily, Lonnie Holley And More

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Clockwise from upper left: Lonnie Holley, Fenne Lily, Bill Callahan, Sufjan Stevens, Thomas Bartlett Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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On this edition of All Songs Considered: An epic, 12-minute indictment on American culture from Sufjan Stevens. We also have a comforting piano nocturne from Thomas Bartlett, some storytelling humor from Bill Callahan, the upbeat, thoughtful sounds of Fenne Lily, and Lonnie Holley releases a gut-wrenching collaboration with the late producer Richard Swift.


1. Bill Callahan: "Pigeons" from Gold Record

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2. Fenne Lily: "Alapathy" from Breach

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3. Lonnie Holley: "Like Hell Broke Away" from National Freedom

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4. Thomas Bartlett: "Lucida" from Shelter

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5. Sufjan Stevens: "America" from The Ascension

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