We're about a month and a half away from the arrival of Sufjan Stevens' highly anticipated Carrie & Lowell followup, The Ascension (due 9/25 via Asthmatic Kitty), and following the release of the 12-minute album closer "America" and its ten-minute b-side "My Rajneesh" comes the album's second single, "Video Game." It's an upbeat yet subtle synthpop offering, and it sounds like it finds Sufjan wrestling with his own celebrity and mythology: "I don't wanna be your personal Jesus... I don't wanna be the center of the universe... I don't care if everybody else is into it, I don't care if it's a popular refrain, I don't wanna be a puppet in a theater." It's another great Sufjan song, and it comes with a video directed by Nicole Ginelli, starring and choreographed by viral Renegade dance creator Jalaiah Harmon, and featuring nostalgic '80s-style video game imagery.