“Most days I wake up and wish I was Mac Miller. And sometimes I wonder does Mac Miller wake up and wish he was me? Probably not.” These words stem from none other than eccentric purveyor of alternative sounds Sufjan Stevens. With these words being said, he collaborated Serengeti, and Son Lux formerly known as s/s/s, for a “lyric video” for the song “Alcohol” from Sisyphus’ previously reported self-titled album, out March 18 via Asthmatic Kitty and Joyful Noise. Don’t expect to detect too many lyrics in it though, but rather a collage of celebrities and movies. The album is influenced by the work of New York-based installation artist Jim Hodges. It’s co-released with Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take, a survey of his work that is on presented at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis from February 15 to May 11.