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Name: Steve Kilbey  
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Date of Birth: 13th September 1954
Place of Birth: Welwyn Garden City, England, UK
Profession: Composer
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Steve Kilbey

Steve Kilbey (13 September 1954) is the lead singer of Australian independent band The Church. He is also a songwriter, bassist, guitarist, keyboardist, producer, poet and painter. Since 1985 Kilbey has released several solo projects and collaboratively written and/or produced recordings with artists such as Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens, Stephen Cummings and Kev Carmody. Earthed, a book of fiction, was published in 1986. His book of poetry, Nineveh/The Ephemeron, was released in 1998 and was later republished. He now lives in Stockholm.



  • Unearthed (1986)
  • Earthed (1987)
  • The Slow Crack (1989)
  • Remindlessness (1990)
  • Narcosis e.p. (1991)
  • Narcosis + (1997)
  • Dabble (2001)


  • Acoustic & Intimate (2000)
  • Freaky Conclusions (2003)


Hex (with ex-Game Theory's Donnette Thayer)

  • Hex (1989)
  • Vast Halos (1990)

Jack Frost (with Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens):

  • Jack Frost (1991)
  • Snow Job (1996)

Isidore (with Remy Zero's Jeffrey Cain)

  • Isidore (2004)

Sales figures

There are no exact information about sales figures for each album. However, John Kilbey from Karmic Hit published some official figures: each release sold between 5 and 27568 (as of August 18, 2005). The 5 probably is the Fire Down Below EP, a test pressing with only a few items produced (rumored to be 5).

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