SILVERCHAIR's new single, "The Greatest View", will hit Australian and New Zealand record stores on Monday, January 28th. The single will feature two extra songs"Pins In My Needles" and "Too Much Of Not Enough"both of which (like The Greatest View) were written and co-produced by Daniel Johns and produced by David Bottrill (i.e. TOOL, PETER GABRIEL). "Pins In My Needles" will not be included on the band's forthcoming album Diorama, while "Too Much Of Not Enough" will probably end up on the final CD, although this has yet to be confirmed. In other news, a video for "The Greatest View" will debut on Australian and New Zealand TV in mid-January. It was produced and directed by a young Brisbane based video team called Squareyed Films, who had previously worked with acclaimed Aussie indie act GEORGE. SILVERCHAIR are currently in the studio working on a new song for possible inclusion on Diorama, after which they will embark on the Big Day Out festival tour.
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