Serial overachiever Sufjan Stevens says he plans to tour his new album in the UK next spring.
The Detroit-born multi-instrumentalist hasn't played in the UK for four years, but he says his US tour is going so well that he wants to extend it.
"It's been so long since I've toured Europe and the UK, so I think I need to set something up," he told BBC 6 Music.
"In spite of all the challenges and the real divergence of sound in the new record [this tour] has been the most fun I've had on stage".
The Age Of Adz has won praise from critics for its ambitious electronic soundscapes, a marked departure from the plucked banjos and sprightly glockenspiels of his breakthrough record, Illinois.
6 Music's Lucy O'Doherty spoke to Sufjan about the change in direction, and how audiences have reacted in the US.
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