12 Songs, 43 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
70 Ratings
70 Ratings

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Classic Gregory. Always making music that matters. Love the music and lyrics of Caves!! The great thing about Mr. G is that his music is timeless. Download all the other albums too, play them at your dinner party, add them to your road trip playlist, go for a walk or run and let the music give you perspective, invite your friends to his shows. This album is worth the wait and all of his music is 100% worth your time.


cannot be soon enough

Chemicals is so, so good. In love with his lyrics with nearly every song I’ve ever heard of his, and this is no exception! Please, PLEASE do another album with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra...a musical drug.


Keeps getting better

Amazing, emotive, somber and beautiful. It’s hard to believe that GAI’s music just keeps getting stronger with each album. His song writing a is as pure and honest as ever. But in terms of its production, this album has a richer and more complex sound than his previous albums. And a nice change.

About Gregory Alan Isakov

Singer/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he began touring with a band at the age of 16 before eventually relocating to Colorado to hone his chops as a solo artist. Influenced by the rural blue-collar lyricism of artists like Bruce Springsteen, Kelly Joe Phelps, and Leonard Cohen, it wasn't long before Isakov's own blend of dusty folk and moody Americana began turning heads. He released his debut album, Rust Colored Stones, in 2003, followed by Songs for October (2005), That Sea, the Gambler (2007), and The Empty Northern Hemisphere (2009), the latter of which spawned the single "If I Go, I'm Goin," which appeared in the fourth season of the popular Showtime series Californication. Arriving in 2013, The Weatherman included the singles "Time Will Tell" and "Suitcase Full of Sparks," the latter of which was featured on an episode of the popular NBC crime thriller The Blacklist, and in 2016 he released the ambitious Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony, which saw him reworking material from past albums with a full orchestra. ~ James Christopher Monger

Johannesburg, South Africa