The Hypnogogue

By: The Church (Dolby Atmos MKV + MP4)
Type: Digital Download
Entering their fourth decade as a band, The Church continue to remain a treasured creative force. Their critically-hailed 26th album The Hypnogogue finds the band honing in on their bespoke sound without retreading creative steps, unveiling a cinematic record that couples their trademark psychedelic-splashed indie rock with a dystopian narrative. Reading like a short story from visionary science fiction author Philip K. Dick, the album offers a pool of melancholy tones and psychedelic swells that transport listeners to another realm. The Hypnogogue was mixed in Dolby Atmos by Darrell Thorp and mastered by John Davis at Metropolis Studios.


  1. Ascendence
  2. C'est La Vie
  3. I Think I Knew
  4. Flickering Lights
  5. The Hypnogogue
  6. Albert Ross
  7. Thorn
  8. Aerodome
  9. These Coming Days
  10. No Other You
  11. Succulent
  12. Antarctica
  13. Second Bridge

Recent Reviews

Josh Young
Killer mix. Shamelessly psychedelic and active throughout. It makes me giddy that The Church - a part of my high school years - is still putting out quality music all these years later.

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The Church

Starting in 1980, The Church continued expanding their highly cinematic and atmospheric blend of indie rock, shimmering post-punk, icy dreampop and psychedelic post-rock without retreading their steps. The renowned five-piece line-up is made up of bassist, vocalist and founder Steve Kilbey along with longtime drummer Tim Powles and guitarist Ian Haug (Powderfinger). Touring multi-instrumentalist talent Jeffrey Cain is now a full-time member since the departure of Peter Koppes in early 2020. Rounding out the members is the newly recruited Ashley Naylor, one of Australia’s finest guitarists and a long-time member of Paul Kelly’s touring band.