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Sirens EP
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Release Date: August 25th, 2021
For the second volume of the band's Triptych album, Ken provides backing vocals for "Outta My Mind", "Cat's Away", "You Wake Me" and "The Cool Ivory Wonderful", which also features him singing a duet with vocalist Ruth Royall.

  1. Sirens
  2. Outta My Mind
  3. Sitting in a Tree
  4. Cat's Away
  5. The Cool Ivory Wonderful
  6. You Wake Me




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Beaches in Bali EP
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Release Date: July 1st, 2021
This is the first EP from a three-EP series called Triptych. Ken sings backup and helped write the vocal arrangements for tracks 1—4

  1. Dried Cherry Blossoms
  2. Dear Always
  3. Good King of the Summer
  4. Beaches in Bali
  5. Softaway




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Elephants into Swans
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Release Date: January 16th, 2013
On the Sun's long-awaited follow up to Bewilderbeest, Ken sang backup harmony and helped write the vocal and horn arrangements.

  1. You're the Something
  2. Elephants into Swans
  3. Brittle Star
  4. Ocean
  5. Countess I Fear Something's Wrong
  6. Nowhere Fast
  7. My Only Lonely Soul
  8. Hobby Horse
  9. She Offers Her Heart
  10. This Girl's My Lullaby
  11. You're Getting Warmer
  12. Waltzing in Clover




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Bewilderbeest
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Release Date: May 1st, 2000
Ken contributes guitar, piano, vocals and vocal arrangements. Songwriter and lead vocalist on "Song No. 11". Lead vocals on "Still Rain".

  1. Kiss Her Like You Mean It
  2. The Beholder and His Eye
  3. In the Kyiv Sea
  4. Me, Myself & Eye
  5. Shiny Objects
  6. Song No. 11
  7. Shining Knight
  8. Denny's Lounge
  9. Everythinggoes
  10. Painting
  11. Today I Fell
  12. Still Rain
  13. Settle Down
  14. What Soul Have I?
  15. Settle Down (Doug mix)

"Kase's sole composition, "Song No. 11," is haunting bipolar pop. It joins an Association-ish murk of dissolving harmonies with a chugging, high-strung verse. Kase's full deck of talents is a catalytic bridge for the band, lending them a winning hand with the arrangements and production." — Jordan Oaks, Riverfront Times