Front Row View
Eclectic singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens made a two-night stop in Austin on May 12-13. The Brooklyn musician, known for his poetic, deep songs, played to a sold-out crowd on Tuesday.
He started the set with several tracks from 2015’s Carrie and Lowell. There was no on-stage banter for the first hour of the set, but Stevens finally launched into a couple of childhood stories, much to the amusement of the crowd.
Opening for Stevens was Los Angeles-based Moses Sumney, who hypnotized the audience with a hauntingly beautiful voice and loop pedals. For scenes from the highly anticipated show, click through the slideshow above.