|1. Canto I|
|2. Planes Like Vultures.|
|3. Outside Of This Car, the End Of the World|
|4. To the Stars! To the Night!|
|6. We Are Gods! We Are Wolves!|
|7. Breathing Rapture|
|8. Look To the West.|
|10. Le Loup (Fear Not)|
|11. Canto XXXVI|
|12. I Had a Dream I Died.|
"The best songs here go beyond Sufjan Stevens’ orchestral folk-pop, even if they’re not as painstakingly detailed and evocative. “Outside of this Car! The End of the World!” rides a steady drum-machine beat with a syncopated pentatonic loop, adding a mirror-structured countermelody and building guitar crashes in a powerful canon. Throughout the album, interesting banjo lines mirror this kind of layered composition, creating a consistent compositional tone that’s remarkable for its consistency—even when the sounds employed on each song are so different.
“Breathing Rupture” reprises a strummed banjo introduction that is used throughout the disc, but this time Simkoff’s vocals connect into longer phrases, thrilling with poetic imagery beneath multi-tracked echoes. “Look To the West” fuelled by calm organ drones, highlights Simkoff’s oblique poetry: “Eyes full of sleep, and steady breaths pressed from chests/ … Look to the west, what colors grow there? / There, where bells and swells and storms gather”."