|Single by Seether|
|from the album Disclaimer|
|B-side||"Take Me Away"
|Genre||Post-grunge, hard rock, alternative metal|
|Seether singles chronology|
"Fine Again" is the American debut single by South African band Seether, from the album Fragile (which was released when Seether were still going by the name "Saron Gas"). It was also later included on the 5 Songs EP, and it is the third track on their album Disclaimer.
The meaning of the song is how you can be fine again after a breakup in a relationship. Shaun Morgan wrote this song when his parents got divorced.
The video for the song, directed by Paul Fedor, features the band playing on a soundstage while three walls behind them display filmstrip slides of people holding opaque rectangles with phrases depicting their inner feelings on them explaining the reason why they feel down, and broken hearted. Seether arranged for the concept to be implemented on the cover art to Disclaimer. Ten different versions of the album were released, each featuring a photo of a person from the video. According to bassist Dale Stewart:
Seether came up with the idea of the people baring their souls and holding up the signs and we thought it was a good concept. It's kind of like a thread that runs through the whole album, the fragility, or whatever you want to call it, you know in people. People are always screwed up about something. It doesn't matter if they act like they're not as if they're alright. So therefore, there are times where everybody feels a broken heart.
|1.||"Fine Again" (Album version)||4:05|
|2.||"Take Me Away"||3:57|
|4.||"Fine Again" (Acoustic version)||4:03|
|5.||"Fine Again" (Video)||4:04|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||61|
|U.S. Active Rock||1|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks||3|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks||6|
- Interview with Dale Stewart, Nick Oshiro, and Pat from Seether (November 2002). Retrieved on 1-29-11.
- "Seether Album & Song Chart History - Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 2010-12-08.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-05-21. Retrieved 2012-02-10.
- "Seether Album & Song Chart History - Alternative Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 2010-12-08.
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