posted on April 27, 2007 at 3:40 pm

nice gig
not too many people
thats a shame but we played well
i had some tofu n seitan for dinner
under a lovely tree outside under a warm evening sky
hamburg throbbed along oblivious to my presence
just as it still does now i have left
this travelling can make ya feel real impermanent
some times im unaffected
other times it becomes hard to keep afloat
i saw nothing of hamburg
i did nothing except play n sleep
yoga n xi gong of course
in the warm sun of a german hotel room
at 8 am this smorning
stretch my tired bones out
calm my mind down
i listen to popul vuh hosianna mantra
im listening to it now off my lappy
as i sit sit sit backstage
in hengelo holland
our last continental gig
in a small dutch town
we dont just randomly lurch about
its supposedly been figured out
availability of venues on certain nights
anyway i feel sad to leave europe proper
not looking forward to you know where
where we fly tomorrow on ryan airways
the wurst in the world that i been on
but theyre cheep, people
and so we get up real early
drive to la dusseldorf where i wish we were playing
fly to uk
drive to brighton
do a soundcheck
do a gig
have noivous brakedown
commit chop sueyside etc
i really dunno
the future is uncertain
i love the music
but but
i dont wanna get on aeroplane
i dont wanna feel exhausted n miffed
standing in queues n lines
today i drove half way from hamburg
traffic on dutch border starts to slow to crawl
roadwork then a roadblock
we talking a big arterial autobahn
friday arvo
all them germans pouring into holland
all them trucks n bikes n tourists n families
all grinds down to standstillion
our 2 lanes become 1 n a half
in our big van i feel like im getting the squeeze put on
between mammoth trucks n steel barrier
then all traffic is slowly diverted into a carpark
everyone on the teeming autobahn
gets filtered thru this carpark
we get waved thru
others in a party stopped searched minutely
dutch cops looking for drugs?
yep or alcohol
or anything you aint sposed to have
within half hour of arriving at giggy
i have been to coffee shop
n purchased jazz smoking materials
thanks i say to red headed dutch girl
who takes me to the shop
no problemsh she says in that strange dutch lilt
i needed to buy shome hashh for myshelf anyway
ok ok
oh its a little strong i must say
peter k procures some absinth
but im unconvinced its the “real deal”
if you think its all frivolity
just remember i did 5 hours in the effing van
flying down the bahn
or grinding to halts
i m writing my blogge
then some kinda dinner
(have no idea how good or what?)
yeah then a soundcheck
then a short lull
then wallop
a gig
boo hoo!

57 Responses to “disengaged feeling of intermittent blues”

  1. avatar
    John Garratt | 27 April 2007 at 4:48 pm #

    Um…don’t cry?

  2. avatar
    missionman | 27 April 2007 at 4:49 pm #

    Thanks for the insight to your tour this month. I wonder if my cousin Martin showed up last night in Hamburg? I would love to have had the oppourtunity to hang out in Europe myself. Any chance the band will tour the U.S. this year?

    with envy,


  3. avatar
    davem | 27 April 2007 at 5:16 pm #

    Well, we’re looking forward to welcoming you Steve.
    I know you don’t love London but you had a great time last year!
    I’ve been counting down the days to your arrival and I’m getting ready to drive down to Brighton.
    I hope I get to say hi at some point.
    Love you lots anyway!!
    Welcome home……

    Dave M

  4. avatar
    Emily Teechen | 27 April 2007 at 5:22 pm #

    Don’t get busted! It ain’t worth it SK. Don’t carry it about, eh?

  5. avatar
    jj | 27 April 2007 at 5:22 pm #

    I don’t know, TB, I think the lack of sleep would do me in on something like your tour schedule. We wuz wondering last year how you got booked to places down he-ah (down south, US way) to places like Jacksonville and Myrtle Beach (?) Real head-shaker locations for erudite space-rockahs.

    On the other hand, Dutch Coffee Houses – that could bring a smile, gotta experience that once in mah lifetime.

    Book some days off in the good locations.

  6. avatar
    veleska1970 | 27 April 2007 at 5:25 pm #

    to anyone who may have missed this from the previous blog: i just want to give a shout out that today (april 27th) is queen hetshepsut’s birthday….

    HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DENISE!!!!!! ***hugs*** ***hugs*** ***hugs***

    i’m raising a champagne glass to you~~have a great one!!!!

    much love,

  7. avatar
    Anonymous | 27 April 2007 at 5:30 pm #

    so we fat americans mr. sk are following you around europe. have to wake up at 530 in the am to catch a ferry from dieppe france to see your ass tomorrow and it is all we look forward to. i am very sad that I did not travel with my amsterdam weed by train. no one checked a thing and now I am potless and sad. french keyboards perplex me. see you tomorrow thankfully.

  8. avatar
    veleska1970 | 27 April 2007 at 5:31 pm #

    sorry you haven’t gotten to see much of deutschland, steve. never been there but i hear it’s a byoot. yeah, i guess that’s the problem with your job~~you go everwhere but don’t get to visit and play tourist. a HUGE downside. 🙁

    i hope you and the rest of the crunchies have a safe flight.

    have a good show this evening. knock ’em dead!!!

    lotza love….

  9. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 27 April 2007 at 5:39 pm #

    !%*)*%&^%!!! That’s for Joyce and my mum as I know they both abhor swearing. However I just wrote a fairly long comment – and I rarely have time to comment anymore and the blogger monster ate it up. ANYWAY – as I was saying – I think most of us are old enough to know the frivolity has flown the coop! Is there any glamour left under Marty’s shoe or did that scamper off too? I couldn’t do what you guys do. I’d need about 10000 um, little garden ‘friends’ just to get myself through a couple of cities. I like how you tell us what you eat for dinner. I don’t know why. It’s cute.

    Also, I’m always days late with the bloggy but yes, I must echo the other bloggers – your twillies are absolute stunners! Just lovely girls.

    I’m greedy and selfish and jealous of everyone who’s getting to see you guys play and yes I wish you would come back to my backyard here in So. Calif. Last summer was crazy but fun – I miss Marty bossing me around. 😉
    love to you always,
    denise xxoo

    p.s. thanks Veleska for the GREAT BIG b-day wishes. It’s my um, 23rd anniversary of listening to the Church! 🙂

  10. avatar
    ~ | 27 April 2007 at 5:42 pm #

    the whooosh of take off
    the bump oh of landing
    the best part of flying
    window seat
    good music, mmmm
    the Church
    ah on headphones, alas
    the rest of it:
    blah blah
    lines and all
    stuffy people and recycled air
    long time to sit on ya sassafrass
    jet legs laggin
    I don’t feel a bit sad
    not at all
    looking forward
    a month of easters, christmas and birthdays
    rolled into one
    strange 30 daze bloc party
    a grrls gotta do
    mister district this is a red eye flight
    with a green light flashing
    gogh gogh
    nevets your smile lights up the room, rest your lovely TB self,
    have a toke
    get in the van pool lane
    you want more faster
    swimming is easy float
    on through your next gig
    and then…
    I can
    so bee
    do what ya like with
    jazz clubs, absinthe
    there’s one way to tell if it’s the real stuff
    how it goes down
    real easy
    the way it tastes
    warm inside
    then hot
    then a little light headed
    then poetry
    lifts your spirit
    lick your lips
    after it kisses you
    sounds good to me
    we don’t get that stuff stateside
    it’s illegal
    unless you know how to make it yourself
    all the elements can be had
    at local herbalists
    even better-
    you can choose the genies bottle

    Peace to ya,

  11. avatar
    Cee | 27 April 2007 at 5:58 pm #

    the future is uncertain
    i love the music
    but but…

    el futuro es incierto
    amo la musica
    pero pero…

  12. avatar
    veleska1970 | 27 April 2007 at 6:32 pm #

    denise~~!! i didn’t know you’ve been listening to the church since you were born!!! so you’re 23 today….you’re older than i thought. i thought you were 19.


    love ya, girl!!

  13. avatar
    Tommy Gunn | 27 April 2007 at 6:41 pm #

    If U2 and all them other shithead bands fly aroung in private jets and get to play in giant stadiums, the Church deserve to be playing to whole continents…..but hey…’s a sign of the shitty world we are cirrently living in.

    Although I would love to see you guys play in an Ancient Greek theatre, outside of Athens, on a warm clear night, with the moon as a backdrop…with 2-3000 people max……perfect…..That’s where you belong SK….up there with Aristophanes and the rest…

    Be strong ……

  14. avatar
    veleska1970 | 27 April 2007 at 7:13 pm #

    amen, tommy gunn, amen. kudos to you.

  15. avatar
    kat | 27 April 2007 at 7:24 pm #

    thats right, tommyg and veleska! sk, if it makes you feel any better, i am not too permanent either. i feel like some sort of.. gypsy. sounds like you will be flying high soon enuf ;]=~~ my bro better be hooking me up to some jazz this w.e.

    keep rockin!!

  16. avatar
    kat | 27 April 2007 at 7:27 pm #

    oh yeah, and happy b-day, queen!

    happy weekend all ;]

  17. avatar
    christine | 27 April 2007 at 8:03 pm #

    hey dont give up the spirit,we in the uk are serious fans too ya know .btw ,do the rest of the band do yoga/excercise or anything ? whats his name is turning into a lard arse

  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 27 April 2007 at 8:18 pm #

    I know how big an ordeal it is for me sometimes to just road trip for 5 hours, or take a flight – a real pain sometimes. I can only imagine having to do that daily for weeks at a time.

    In the end, you and the guys have to decide what is best for you – but we appreciate your work and are glad when you make the rounds.

    Daniel W.

  19. avatar
    Brien Comerford | 27 April 2007 at 8:22 pm #

    It is a downer to read about the brilliant Church playing in front of small crowds. The CD “Sometime Anywhere” was the most unique, dreamy and wondrously moody recording in the annals of music. It was virtually ignored. A few years later Radiohead released the inferior but brilliant OK Computer and they were universally adored.The Church have been screwed by outside forces since 1990. It is my opinion that the Beatles are the only band that were indisputably better than the Church. However, Steve Kilbey is more talented than any solo member of the Beatles. My favorite Beatle is still living and he happens to be a vegetarian who has loved his weed for decades. Kilbey has McCartney’s love for animals and vegetarianism while he has John Lennon’s dreamy sound and deep lyrics. Forgot: Kilbey and McCartney are stellar bass players and have recorded Ambient music.

  20. avatar
    gator | 27 April 2007 at 8:58 pm #

    brac ack-ack-ack,
    co-ax, co-ax.

  21. avatar
    EARTHFRIEND | 27 April 2007 at 10:16 pm #

    boo hoo, try waiting here in me dark room for years just for you…

  22. avatar
    Music might have | 27 April 2007 at 10:44 pm #

    thats showbiz

  23. avatar
    Music | 27 April 2007 at 10:45 pm #

    Mastery acts on what is below.
    Artistry submits to what is above.

  24. avatar
    Anonymous | 27 April 2007 at 10:51 pm #

    It sounds like a hard slog sk, I just hope to god this tour hasn’t put you off playing live ever again, ANYWHERE!! I hope once you’re back home with the fam, love & happiness will take over, all will be forgotten, and you’ll catch the next flight to Melby for that Mimesis/solo/whatever gig ok! (yeah right!!)
    Take care and love you always,

  25. avatar
    zebob | 27 April 2007 at 10:53 pm #

    He wrote “standstillion” and I chuckled. You are up there with Dr. Seuss and Roald Dahl in the wordsmithing department. These are compliments and sincere.

  26. avatar
    Anonymous | 27 April 2007 at 11:21 pm #

    Maybe we could commission a love boat and travel coast to coast,
    we could have live music, yoga, horseshoes, theatre/comedy, with good food throughout the day and a choiche show every over night, we could bring about some nice exotic trees from Humboldt, CA and zesty psychdellies from Amsterdang..
    Oh man,
    I hope The church, and the good saints on Earth get my transmission .._>>.._>>
    Who’dve thought a surfboard could get you to the moon..

    jaime r……..

  27. avatar
    Anonymous | 27 April 2007 at 11:39 pm #

    come see us in atlanta, sk


  28. avatar
    nickfiction | 27 April 2007 at 11:53 pm #

    i get the feeling you don’t like this tour…..?

  29. avatar
    mattdavison | 28 April 2007 at 12:15 am #


    I am bustling, crazy and roo-ing a new crunch song.. I thought I had heard em all, faintly remember hearing it sometime anywhere but you know how it is. My secret fav) not my other real fav like telepath..
    was Tel Aviv, now it’s “Feast” of the GAF sessions?? or the QSAS session ” Quick smoke at spots” dunno…But Dammm You lot know that one, It’s like you’re at this dinner table with people ya just figured out that ya don’t share anything in commen but ya canne leave. Wowzers.. awesome.

    Yeah’ people act-in is a hard craft..ya gotta pretend ya happy when yr not..focus when yr un-focused.. But hey ya gotta step up to the plate. Man What I would do to be insensitive like TRUMP or Murdock.. I would be famous like Tom Crewz..caus I wudda given a fuc!!

    Great to see that truent nucklehead has left us all alone…

    Thanks RK took you a while though!!

    average security at the tb durr-in the invasion!!

    Take care Veles.. glade to see ya writing and well.

    bye druids off to the beach for a few day’s.

    SK ya gotta do me a commission when ya get bac to Sidnee..


  30. avatar
    isolde | 28 April 2007 at 12:22 am #

    hang in there mr kilbey the day shouldn’t be too far off when every concert has a podcast subscription so you’ll be playing to a full virtual house of fans every night

  31. avatar
    mattyd | 28 April 2007 at 12:38 am #

    ps* Rock & have a great gig ma man.

  32. avatar
    CSTCoach | 28 April 2007 at 1:06 am #

    “this travelling can make ya feel real impermanent
    some times im unaffected
    other times it becomes hard to keep afloat”

    I hear ya, druid. But that feeling of impermanence can be one of the benefits too. It’s a great clarifying factor. You really get an immediate and clear sense of what’s most important in your life. What’s superfluous, and what you really can’t live without.

    Hope the UK treats you guys well. You’re in the home stretch… 🙂


  33. avatar
    sue cee | 28 April 2007 at 2:48 am #

    Yes impermanence = unsettling, the evil twin of feeling in a rut. I smiled that you were listening to PV before your gig as I’d play PV on my way home from work, to unwind, never on the way. Maybe thats what Im doing wrong?!

    Frivolity? yeah … reserved for the ones with time and a big $$ tour budget. You guys deserve some of that.

    “Let It Be” is playing in the background here, vegemite toast & tea, for lunch. While thats totally boring for anyone to know, like our regal birthday girl said, those little details you write maketh your blog. Its gives a little connection to where you are in the moment. btw I have royal blood so a princess of sorts has once fallen for you dude 🙂 You weren’t in a bar at the time but not far off LOL


    ps look fw to the reviews UK travellers.
    Steve, will you get to see your girls again before you leave?

  34. avatar
    Daniel 12 | 28 April 2007 at 3:09 am #

    Hey Steve.

    I havent been on the ol computer much latley but i’ve enjoyed catching up with yer road tales.
    I quite respect the way you stick by your vegan flower guns in such circumstance.
    Im generaly vegetarian but i find myself in eat or starve dilemmas every time i start clocking up euro miles.(the states must be worse)
    Performing whilst dealing with so many compromises must be testing.
    Even so it’s all made for a great read. I see a poetry to your tour tales that wouldn’t be there if it was first class travel with a road crew. Kinda reminds me of tales i’ve read about old jazz and blues musicians, i think your really living an artists life.

    Have a great gig in Brighton.

    Don’t forget to tell the bouncer not to let anyone in called Jesus carrying a tambourine.

    I guess if he’s called Jesus and has a halo instead of a tamborine the bouncer should give him a backstage pass.

    Hmmm, a halo Jesus with a tamborine could be a real crossroads dilemma.


  35. avatar
    Tony | 28 April 2007 at 3:24 am #

    i’d like to hear more about
    the red-haired dutch girl…

  36. avatar
    Leelinau | 28 April 2007 at 3:32 am #

    Personally I could use a good road trip.

    “Positive waves are what I send”


  37. avatar
    PAGEY | 28 April 2007 at 3:35 am #

    falun gong is supreme

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  39. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 April 2007 at 3:47 am #

    steve is a gay boy

  40. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 April 2007 at 5:27 am #

    Couldnt think of anything worse than having to leave the sensible & tolerant Holland for England. If it had been via the ferry however I’d have been installing a glad wrap suppository.

  41. avatar
    malcolm arkey | 28 April 2007 at 5:29 am #

    So how did Die Kirche’s version of “Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand” go down with the locals in Hammy ?

  42. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 April 2007 at 5:33 am #

    Hey RK, can you do the same to matt davison as you did to “truent knucklehead” please? 😉

  43. avatar
    malcolm arkey | 28 April 2007 at 5:53 am #

    Dear anonymous (3:33pm),

    Are you SURE this blog really needs that kind of comment ??

  44. avatar
    cvodb | 28 April 2007 at 6:30 am #

    Am in Hengelo, same hotel as Kilbey I saw in the ledger. Wonder if he’ll call it a prison. It *is* rather sparse. But comfy.

    30 people at the gig, mostly travelling fans. Gig started off a bit iffy, then came together nicely. SK not giving it loads, but band very tight.

    Some pictures here, more when I get home:

  45. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 April 2007 at 6:48 am #

    Dear S.K
    Maybe its time?
    Maybe its time to stop that particular thing/method?
    Or just take the bad with the good?
    Or change?
    Whatever it is.
    Just take care of yourself.
    And then come home.

  46. avatar
    fantasticandy | 28 April 2007 at 8:30 am #

    you played to 30 people?!!!!!
    there’s 9 of us just in our minibus!
    what the hell is goin’ on.
    please, killer don’t.
    don’t let it phaze you.

    i know that ego of yours does need feeding, that goes for MWP, PK and
    timbo too.
    it’s vital to give you a sense of ‘worth’.
    even i have days when when i think ‘wer’e crap tuneless drivel’
    ‘we just don’t stand up against the big boys’ ‘never gonna get a deal coz the stuff’s just not good enough’. ect.
    then steve kilbey,yeah not just anyone,steve kilbey, that’s right,
    what, the REAL steve kilbey, the guy from the church? yes. oh the guy who wrote all those cool songs!
    fuck me andy, look at this…..he says you guys rock! eh? yeh something about you being his main man. nah! yes, yes, come and look!

    so people start listening a bit,
    we start up the myspace site, it
    gets a few hits every day, qute often about fifty.
    but it’s the comments…..they just blow us away, i won’t detail any of ’em on here because i’m not trying to use this as a platform to go on an ego trip or plug the band.
    rather i’m trying to tell you steve
    just how important you are to people who dig real art,crafted with care. something that comes from further inside than almost
    anyone else can reach.
    i know because we try so hard to achieve that ourselves.
    you play to, and for, an enlightened offshoot from mainstream humanity.

    DON’T ever doubt it!

    make sure you get me that bloody chair, or i’ll have something rather less complimentary to say about you!
    andy L.

  47. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 April 2007 at 8:35 am #

    Lucky lucky lucky Brits!!!!!!

  48. avatar
    fantasticandy | 28 April 2007 at 11:06 am #

    check out the pics from vienna on pagey’s site:
    theyr’e awsome!!

  49. avatar
    ~ | 28 April 2007 at 12:30 pm #

    now ifnz he’s called jesus
    does it matter what musical device
    he’s playing
    could even be a turtle shell with strings
    or a harmonica
    (I got one and the only creature who found it tolerable was my cat;)
    let the guy in
    for chris sakes
    put him on the guest list
    have tea w/ him even!


  50. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 April 2007 at 12:43 pm #

    i have gone years at a time playing nothing but church and church/related albums.

    don’t forget it

  51. avatar
    eek | 28 April 2007 at 1:16 pm #

    I was going to post that I’m thinking of you flying and sending positive vibes, but I just checked the time and think you’ve already flown by now. So I’ll send good vibes for a decent hotel room, great meals, easy travel, lots of fine jazz, and terrific shows with many appreciative fans.

    You are dearly loved by many, even if it’s sometimes hard to see evidence of it. Always remember that Steve.

    and on the bright side — your blog readership is up 150-200 (sometimes more) per day since the start of this tour. 🙂

  52. avatar
    daniel 12 | 28 April 2007 at 1:50 pm #

    Hey There ~ said 10.30 pm

    I wasn’t dissin Jesus the Messiah or anything, In fact Jesus rocks my world.

    To me Jesus was the original anti establishment rock star.

    That ‘You’ve turned my gods house to a marketplace’ stuff really stuck it to the man.

    What I was refering to was an old Church tale about there first ever
    gig in England.

    I heard some guy calling himself Jesus played outa time tamborine front of stage all night.

    If you’ve ever been a dancer or a musician you’d know that something like this can be extreamly disconcerting.

    A turtle shell with strings would probably be ok as it wouldn’t have the top end cut through of a tamborine.

    Then again i’ve not heard of a turtle shell with strings.

    I have heard a shrango though.(probably wrong spelling)
    Sharango’s originate from south America and there traditionally made with Armidillo shells.
    They can sound quite dreamy when tuned and played properly.
    A bit like a mandolin but not as brite as they traditionally use gut strings.

    Again another dilemma for vegetarians.

    Should one enjoy music played on instruments comprised of dead animals.

    i don’t know? . Can anyone direct me to some Sharangao music played with Armidilloes who’ve died natural deaths.



  53. avatar
    james cameron | 28 April 2007 at 1:50 pm #

    hi, I was down under last week in New Zealand auditioning local talent for the prouction of a TV commercial for a leading American brand prophylactic, for Titanic Prophylactics Inc. I stumbled upon your Blog in between auditions and it’s great in “Titanic” proportions! I spent 2 days in the city of Aucland in search of a suitable confident good looking male actor to play the part of a vulnerable human Penis. I screentested a couple of extras and one desperate hammy actor, but none were adequate. Russell Crowe has shown initial interest after a recommendation from a good mate of his in NZ who unsucessfully auditioned for the part.

    Hope the rest of your tour stays well above the Sealine.

    J C

  54. avatar
    isolde | 28 April 2007 at 3:02 pm #

    funny you should mention that james, prophylactic companies do like to test their products in New Zealand, I was reading about that the other day, due to statistical frequencies or something
    maybe I can google it for you
    yes here it is

    here is the info about the charango and the armadillo

  55. avatar
    Inge | 28 April 2007 at 3:30 pm #

    Seeing The Church live 3 times in 1 week is something I could get seriously used to. I am feeling the first twitches of withdrawal symptoms already. Drugs, Church, what’s the difference?
    Depressed afer you’ve gone across the pond….

  56. avatar
    ~ | 28 April 2007 at 5:12 pm #

    hi daniel,
    I was attempting to be
    sometimes I don’t sound like it
    if you met me you’d see
    I laugh often
    and prolly too loud
    people think I sound angry?
    I’m not-
    I wasn’t thinking your comment about jesus was a diss
    at all
    forgive my ignorance about the concert situation
    and I wouldn’t expect anyone
    to harm a turtle for it’s shell!
    or for any other part of it!
    pythagoras mused that it may have been the first musical device
    played by human hands
    and a gift from the egyptian gods

    I’ve never seen the movie Titanic
    didn’t know james c produced commercials
    I have seen much footage
    from natl geo about it
    the tip of the iceburg
    or was it that the captian thought the ship could not be sunk
    that was the error
    I would hope that the survivors
    and the many ships that successfully navigated those waters
    after titanic and learning from it
    is an important point
    they often overlook
    although I consider myself a lover
    of great love stories
    and titanic the movie had one
    although it ended tragically
    which maybe why I never watched it
    I’m not guessing
    sorry to hear about the part matt d
    I would’ve given it to you
    I have a sharp memory
    I can’t forget…
    russell crowe throws phones
    which is just aggro
    considering they can be handy
    esp if they can take pictures
    and your sharp memory failed to remind you to bring along a camera
    I have the misfortune of losing/having them stolen
    so I can’t talk to my family
    I’m lucky nice folks have helped me out
    all my life
    I wish the same for everyone

    peace to ya all,

  57. avatar
    ~ | 28 April 2007 at 5:20 pm #

    great photography at violettown!
    kudos to the rockahs
    and the photog


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