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The departure of longtime member Marty Willson-Piper rattled The Church’s ardent fanbase, but remaining leader Steve Kilbey picks up the slack the best he knows how with one of The Church’s most ambitious albums to date. Said to have been recorded over eight days in late 2013 with new guitarist Ian Haug (formerly of Powderfinger), Further/Deeper, the band’s 25th album, starts with radio-friendly pop (“Vanishing Man,” “Delirious”) before exploring the deep end of psychedelia with the elaborate-sounding tunes “Laurel Canyon,” “Love Philtre,” and “Globe Spinning.” Melodies dominate as usual, with Kilbey displaying his upper range in key spots.

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Tim, Ian, Peter & Steve have once again shown why The Church is among the best bands today. Hard to believe Starfish was so many years ago? I'll admit hearing Numbers for the first time a couple years ago via Pandora reignited my love for this band but what I've learned since is that the guys, Marty as well, have continued to get better and better. I liken them to James (UK) in that they seem to catch lightning in a bottle with every album. Looking forward to catching them at The El Rey this month. Thank you, Gentlemen, for sharing another masterpiece.

Best in years.

Knowing Marty was out I was going to skip but curiosity got the best of me and glad it did. Superb.

Pleasant surprise

The Church is a band that I have followed for many years. For the most part their albums have been one or two song events for me, but those songs have kept be coming back. This cd ranks as my favorite because from my standpoint and tastes, about half of it is truly stellar. I was surprised and disappointed that MWP was not part of it because I personally have found his other projects to be better than his work with The Church (will there be another Noctorum album?). But I cannot deny that they seem to have done very well without him. Nice job - probably will be on my top 10 list for 2015.


Formed: 1980 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most successful and enduring Australian bands of the post-punk era, the Church began their career with music that paid explicit homage to psychedelia and 1960s folk rock, and with the passage of time they refined their own unique sound, fusing pop, art rock, progressive rock, and other flavors. The Church were formed in Sydney, Australia in 1980 by Steve Kilbey (bass, vocals), Peter Koppes (guitar), and Nick Ward (drums). Kilbey, a former member of the Tactics, had previously played with...
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