More than two decades later, Dan Wilson can still remember the conversation he had with then MCA promotion executive Nancy Levin on the eve of the release of "Closing Time. How do we know that? The album, expanded for the CD and digital release with four B-sides, is also being released on vinyl, marking the first time one of the band's releases has been issued on vinyl. Levin, who died in a dirt-biking accident in , was correct.
It was released in March as the lead single from their second studio album Feeling Strangely Fine. Their signature song, it was written by Dan Wilson and produced by Nick Launay. It is certified silver in the latter country and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Rock Song in While the song is about people leaving a bar at closing time also called last call , and widely interpreted as such, drummer Jacob Slichter has also indicated that the song was written by Wilson "in anticipation of fatherhood" and that it is about "being sent forth from the womb as if by a bouncer clearing out a bar. The band grew tired of playing this song every night and so Wilson set out to write a new song that they could play at the end of their set. The song ends with a quote attributed to Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca : " Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end. The music video was directed by Chris Applebaum.
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