Singled Out: Gracious Few (Live and Candlebox) (A Top Story)

Singled Out: Gracious Few (Live and Candlebox) was a top story. Here it is again: Welcome to Singled Out! where we ask artists to tell us the inside story of their latest single. Today Gracious Few (and Candlebox) lead singer Kevin Martin tells us about "Tredecim" their current single from their forthcoming self-titled album. We now turn it over to Kevin for the story:

As I started to focus in on the song I over heard Chad Taylor mention feeling as though he were in the Harvest Moon of his life, the fullness and strength he was feeling with the new material. It made me think of the calendars life that we follow each and every year in regards to how it would celebrate its life through story or song.

Beginning with the Harvest Moon and ending with the rebirth of life as in the birth of the Harvest, a years cycle actually being 13 in regards to the birth month not ending at 12 with death. It may seem a little strange to read or comprehend but it made perfect sense to me!! HA. The lyrics represent that full heart, the tired Autumn, the sleep of Winter awakening with Spring and the birth of life. Ending with the statement 'my life has made me flatland" as in unending, no obstacles just plains running as far as the eyes can see, our "calendar.'"

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album plus see which members of Live are in the group - right here!

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