Voices (Saosin song)

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"Voices"
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Single by Saosin
from the album Saosin
Released September 5, 2006 (US)
May 14, 2007 (UK)
Format Internet CDS
Recorded 2006
Length 3:37
Label Capitol
Songwriter(s) Cove Reber
Producer(s) Howard Benson, Saosin
Saosin singles chronology
"Bury Your Head"
(2006)
"Voices"
(2006)
"You're Not Alone"
(2007)
"Bury Your Head"
(2006)
"Voices"
(2006)
"You're Not Alone"
(2007)
Vinyl Cover
B-Side:"Seven Years" (Live)
B-Side:"Seven Years" (Live)

"Voices" is a song by American rock band Saosin. It is the lead single off their self-titled LP. Two videos have been shot, a live montage released before the album and an "actual video" (Saosin's first non-montage video) shot in January 2007. An acoustic version of the song was included as a Best Buy exclusive download of the Saosin LP. It has been performed acoustically on the 97x Green Room and AOL's Sessions Under Cover.

Track listings[edit]

iTunes (single album)[edit]

  1. "Voices" – 3:48

UK CDM[edit]

  1. "Voices" – 3:48
  2. "I Wanna Hear Another Fast Song" – 2:45
  3. "Let Go Control" – 3:00
  4. "New Angel" – 2:56

UK 7"[edit]

  1. "Voices (Fade)" - 3:45
  2. "Seven Years (Live)" - 3:22

Music videos[edit]

First video[edit]

The first music video released for this song featured the band playing at a concert at Water Street Music Hall (Rochester, NY) and then showing clips of the band when not performing.

Second video[edit]

The second music video release for this song was about how every kid speaks a different "voice" but the same things happen. It shows a close-up of some kids while it shows events in the background. Most of them showing the parents arguing while the child is present whereas others feature a sick/suffering parent in the background, such as one where a father puts on an oxygen mask. As the song nears the end the children turn around and walk toward their parents. It shows the father with the oxygen mask being kissed by his son as he walks away. The video, like the first, also featured the band playing at some type of concert event.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks[1] 25

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Billboard singles chart history-Saosin". Retrieved March 1, 2009. 

External links[edit]