Planetarium is a collaborative album inspired by the Solar System, featuring Bryce Dessner of the indie rock band The National, drummer James McAlister, contemporary classical music composer and arranger Nico Muhly, and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens. The album was released by 4AD on June 9, 2017. The group announced the recording on March 26 and shared the album's track listing along with the song "Saturn".

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  • Planetarium is a collaborative album inspired by the Solar System, featuring Bryce Dessner of the indie rock band The National, drummer James McAlister, contemporary classical music composer and arranger Nico Muhly, and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens. The album was released by 4AD on June 9, 2017. The group announced the recording on March 26 and shared the album's track listing along with the song "Saturn". (en)
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  • Planetarium is a collaborative album inspired by the Solar System, featuring Bryce Dessner of the indie rock band The National, drummer James McAlister, contemporary classical music composer and arranger Nico Muhly, and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens. The album was released by 4AD on June 9, 2017. The group announced the recording on March 26 and shared the album's track listing along with the song "Saturn". (en)
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