Destroyer - Ken FLAC album
INFO: Destroyer is a Canadian indie rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia fronted by singer-songwriter Dan Bejar.
Album · 2017 · 11 Songs.
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Ken (stylized in all lowercase) is the eleventh studio album from Destroyer, released on October 20, 2017 by Merge Records. Destroyer announced the album on August 8, 2017, including the release of the first song from the album, "Sky's Grey," by way of a lyric video posted to YouTube. The album's release date, track list, and artwork were announced the same day. The album was shortlisted for the Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2019.
ken isn't a nostalgic album. The album is murky and claustrophobic but still consistently melodic.
Destroyer has announced a new album, the follow-up to 2015’s Poison Season. It’s called ken and it’s out October 20 on Merge. The first track, Sky’s Grey, is out now. Watch the song’s lyric video below; scroll down for the album’s tracklist and cover art, as well as Destroyer’s upcoming tour dates. ken was produced by Black Mountain’s Josh Wells, who has drummed for Destroyer since 2012. There will be a deluxe version of the record, which will get pressed on opaque yellow vinyl and include a bonus 7 single with acoustic versions of two ken tracks. Dan Bejar said of ken
The album title is stylized consistently in all lower case. Destroyer (4). ken (LP, Album).
There’s a near-unrelenting bleakness at the heart of ken, the 11th studio album from Destroyer. It’s there in the overcast opener Sky’s Grey, which depicts, with surprising lyrical economy, a society in decline. Things haven’t pulled up from the nosedive by the end of the album’s 40-minute runtime; closer La Regle du Jeu has all the lyrical pleasantness of a hangover, presenting us with a world that is bawling and totally loaded and the almost certainly symbolic image of a beautiful woman left behind at the party by her friends, With a pig. of a man who is wasted.
Destroyer, Ken ★★★★★ Download: In the Morning; Tinseltown Swimming In Blood; A Light Travels Down The Catwalk; Rome; La Regle Du Je. According to Dan Bejar, the title to Destroyer’s 12th, and possibly best, album came to him upon learning that it was the original name for the ballad The Wild Ones.