We now have access to Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name soundtrack, which features two new Sufjan Stevens songs, “Visions of Gideon” and “Mystery of Love”—three if you count the Doveman remix of Age Of Adz track “Futile Devices.” Call Me By Your Name, a tale of first love and summer emotions run through the ‘80s-pop electro machine and made into a film, will hit select theaters on Nov. 24. “Here is a movie that blooms slowly and lovingly in front of our eyes,” Paste gushed in our Sundance assessment of the film, but the real treat—spoiler alert—is more Sufjan for the masses.
The Doveman remix comes first on the soundtrack, followed by “Mystery of Love,” the track that solidifies Stevens as a kind of modern Shakespeare sonneteer. “Oh, to see without my eyes / The first time that you kissed me / Boundless by the time I cried / I built your walls around me,” Stevens sings. If that’s not pure emotion in letter form, then we don’t know what is.
“Visions of Gideon” is the final track of the entire soundtrack, which means it will may have great importance for the film’s denouement. After enjoying Stevens’ “John My Beloved,” released last week, and “Wallowa Lake Monster” released before that, look forward to The Greatest Gift Mixtape—Outtakes, Remixes, & Demos from Carrie & Lowell, which is due out the same day as Call Me By Your Name.
Stream “Futile Devices (Doveman remix),” “Mystery of Love” and “Visions of Gideon” below, and the film’s full soundtrack right here.