Luv Your Life

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"Luv Your Life"
Single by Silverchair
from the album Diorama
Released 2 September 2002
Format CD single; 7"
Recorded Studios 301 and Mangrove Studios, Australia
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:12
Label Eleven/Virgin (Australia and South-East Asia), Atlantic Europe
Songwriter(s) Daniel Johns
Producer(s) David Bottrill, Daniel Johns
Silverchair singles chronology
"Without You"
"Luv Your Life"
"After All These Years"

"Without You"
"Luv Your Life"
"After All These Years"

"Luv Your Life" is the third single by Australian rock band Silverchair from their fourth album Diorama, which was released in 2002. The song was released as a single and a video was made in which the band was portrayed as animated characters. This is mostly because Daniel Johns was incapacitated by his reactive arthritis, and the band needed to release another song to prevent commercial momentum for the album to come to a complete halt.

When watching the video, one can see that Chris and Ben's animated characters seem to be more fluid and realistic than Daniel's. This may be due to Chris and Ben doing some sort of motion capture for the making of the video. Chris stated that this song is his favourite off the album. "Luv Your Life" was dedicated by Johns to "all my ladies", and was written on piano and featured an orchestral arrangement by Van Dyke Parks. The single peaked at number 20 on the Australian Recording Industry Association Singles Chart.[1]

Track listings[edit]

Australian CD single (ELEVENCD10)
  1. "Luv Your Life"
  2. "The Greatest View" (on Rove Live)
  3. "Without You" (on Rove Live)
  4. Rove Live interview with Daniel Johns (audio)
  5. Rove Live interview with Daniel Johns (video)
  • Tracks 2, 3, 4, and 5 were recorded live on 2 April 2002 on Rove Live.
Australian 7" promo vinyl (ltd 500 copies, now deleted) (ELEVENV10)
  1. "Luv Your Life"
  2. "Luv Your Life" (Van Dyke Parks Premix)

UK CD Single (7567853812)

  1. "Luv Your Life"
  2. "Asylum"
  3. "Hollywood"
  4. "Ramble"


Chart (2002) Peak
Australian Singles Chart[1] 20
UK Singles Chart[2] 187


  1. ^ a b "Silverchair – "Luv Your Life"". Australian charts portal (Hung Medien). Retrieved 25 December 2010.
  2. ^ Roberts, David, ed. (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). HIT Entertainment. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.

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