Sowing Season


Sowing Season

Infobox Single
Name = Sowing Season/aloC-acoC


Artist = Brand New
from Album = The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Released = November 21, 2006
Format = CD
Recorded = 2005
Genre = Alternative rock
Experimental
Post hardcore
Length = 4:31
Label = Interscope
Writer = Vincent Accardi, Jesse Lacey
Producer = Mike Sapone, Brand New
Certification =
Chart position =
Last single = "Sic Transit Gloria... Glory Fades"
(2004)
This single = "Sowing Season"
(2006)
Next single = "Jesus"
(2007)

"Sowing Season (Yeah)" is a song by alternative rock band Brand New. It is the first single from their 2006 album, "The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me".

Track listing

CD

#"Sowing Season (Yeah)" – 4:32
#"Coca-Cola" – 3:41

References

Notes

* Demo versions of "Sowing Season" and "Coca-Cola" were leaked along with other demos for "The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me".
*The second verse of "Sowing Season" is an allusion to the poem "If—" by Rudyard Kipling, as credited in the small insert in the single containing the liner notes. In the notes for "Sowing Season (Yeah)", it says "2nd verse adapted from 'If' by r. Kipling and how it used to hang from my father's wall." This is written from the perspective of Jesse Lacey. [ [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kEVQCEBJNg YouTube - Jesse Lacey - Sowing Season (Yeah) / Untitled 08 hybrid ] ]
*"Coca-Cola", is listed on the single as, "aloC-acoC", due to the legal ramifications of using the popular soft drink's name as a song title.
*A line in "aloC-acoC" is taken from Elvis Presley's popular song "Hound Dog"; "I ain't nothin' but a hound dog."

Personnel

Brand New
*Jesse Laceylyricist, vocals, rhythm guitar
*Vincent Accardilead guitar
*Garrett Tierneybass
*Brian Lane – drums, percussion
*Derrick Sherman - rhythm guitar


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