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"One Crowded Hour"
Single by Augie March
from the album Moo, You Bloody Choir
Released 2006
Format CD single
Digital download
Genre Rock
Augie March singles chronology
"Little Wonder "One Crowded Hour"
(2006)
"The Cold Acre"
(2006)

"One Crowded Hour" is a song by Australian rock band Augie March, written by Glenn Richards. The song is the first single released from their 2006 studio album, Moo, You Bloody Choir. The song had been played by both the band and acoustically by frontman, Glenn Richards, for upwards of two years before the album was finally released.

The song was picked up and played by radio station Triple J then later by Nova, giving the song more radio exposure.

The song entered the ARIA singles chart at #37 and reached #33 nine weeks later. At the beginning of 2007, the song was #1 on the Triple J Hottest 100, 2006 which resulted in it re-entering the chart at a new peak of #29. In June 2007, the song won Song of the Year at the Australian Performing Rights Association Awards. The song was voted at #59 on the Triple J Hottest 100 of All Time, 2009.

Track listing

  1. One Crowded Hour (Single Mix)
  2. There Is No Such Place (Acoustic Version)
  3. Passed Out In Clarkefield
  4. Asleep In Perfection (Acoustic Version)
  5. Clockwork (Acoustic Version)

Video clip

The video clip for "One Crowded Hour" is set in a gloomy forest where Richards and the band perform. Plastic animals like deer and bears are seen passing by the band. The clip's atmosphere is very dreary and mysterious, represented by the band's clothes, instruments and the sky in grey.

During the band's appearance on the live music TV show Cold: Live At The Chapel, Richards revealed the song was written while he was housesitting for Deborah Conway, and was inspired by a book she owned about an Australian wartime photographer Neil Davis.

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