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KEN.

Last seen on: Universal Crossword – Oct 10 2020

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Ken (stylized in all lowercase) is the eleventh studio album by Canadian indie rock band Destroyer, released on October 20, 2017 by Merge Records. Band Leader Dan Bejar began writing ken while on tour in Washington State. Many of the songs and sounds of the album were aesthetic callbacks to Bejar’s teenage years in the mid 1980’s, with loose ties to Thatcher era politics.

Band leader Dan Bejar “lifted” the name ken from an early version of the song “The Wild Ones” by Suede. Despite sharing a title, Bejar claims that he “was not thinking about Suede when making this record” and that it was ” unclear to me what that purpose is, or what the connection is”. Unlike previous records, Poison Season and Kaputt, Bejar composed most of the songs on guitar rather than on a computer. The majority of the songs on ken were written and debuted live while Bejar was touring in early 2017. In an interview with SPIN magazine, Bejar stated that recording ken felt like “singing to my teenage self” and was heavily influenced by the bands House of Love, and Church. Bejar characterizes ken as the first record where “a producer swept in,” stating that many of the drum machines, minimalist rhythms, and synth patterns on tracks like “Sky’s Grey” “came as a surprise to me.” The song “La Regle du Jeu” became more “euro-cabaret” in the studios compared to the original demo, with Bejar commenting “All of a sudden, the song had way more fangs than I had ever imagined.”

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