Single Serving: Gregory Alan Isakov Reveals Folk Hymnal Sincerity
    • THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013

    • Posted by: Matt Howard

    There's a tangible sense of maturity and grace in the music of Colorado by-way-of Philadelphia by-way-of South Africa solo artist Gregory Alan Isakov. His latest and third full-length album The Weatherman (7/9) was recorded in Nederland, CO, a tiny town northwest of Denver, which seems to have a catching pastoral vibe.

    In today's edition of Single Serving, we're sharing with you a song from The Weatherman, called "Saint Valentine". It embodies a hymnal purity that seems to be absent from so many modern "folk" acts. It shines with sincerity with banjo and acoustic string plucking and choral hooks where Isakov's gentle vocal passion grabs control of your spirit. Listen below.



    The Weatherman is due out July 9th, and you can pre-order it here.
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