Gregory Alan Isakov's New Video Features Stop-Motion Animation From Laura Goldhamer

If you're familiar at all with Colorado music, then the name Gregory Alan Isakov is certainly familiar. A force in modern day folk, this South African born, Colorado transplant has been making most in music take notice at whats happening in the Colorado music scene. Isakov is back with a new video for "Amsterdam," and it's a stop-motion animated one, created in part by another well-known Denver musician -- Laura Goldhamer, who's used animated videos as part of her live shows for years.

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The video, and song, both deal with travels and a longing for home.

More of Goldhamer's inventive animations are on her web site.

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