GOODNIGHT JULIA music video premiere 

27 FEBRUARY 2023

Alternative/Indie artist Elliott Harrison announced today the premiere of the music video for his song “Goodnight Julia”; a charming lullaby that comes to life through the eyes of a child who uses drawings to imagine and welcome sleep. 

Shot in stop-motion, the short film is directed by Chelsea Westerfield Lamm using drawings created from the perspective as if done by a young girl.

Indie singer/songwriter Lani Williams is the vocalist on the song, which is based on a lullaby written by Harrison's father and sung to him and his sister when they were young.

“What she has come up with is absolutely lovely”, said Joseph Lamm of Jefferson House Communique. “It helps visually bring a peaceful close to the ELLIOTT HARRISON album.”

To watch the official music video for “Goodnight Julia” click here.



ELLIOTT HARRISON announces 2023 live dates 

14 FEBRUARY 2023

Elliott Harrison announced today the first two dates of his performances for 2023 will be 12 and 13 May at the Fishers Arts Council in Fishers, Indiana, coinciding with the exhibition for the Forgiving Sea Project, which runs the entire month of May. 

Harrison has been intricately involved with the musical aspects of the interactive installation since early 2021, when he began working with composer/producer/singer Joseph Lamm on soundtracks that accompany the paintings of Carolyn Springer. The sessions have produced the album THE FORGIVING SEA songs for the collection in 2021 and THE FORGIVING SEA variations EP  in 2022.

Songs from his debut ELLIOTT HARRISON will also be featured. He will be joined on 13 May by bassist Jeff Stone, who performed on Harrison's album, as well as the Joseph Lamm + Music Hypnotica albums ANONYMOUS and THE FORGIVING SEA.

More dates will be announced. 


16 JANUARY, 2023

Elliott Harrison and Jefferson House Communique announced today that a music video for the ballad "Goodnight Julia" is scheduled to premiere in early February. 

The animated short film is currently in production and features drawings by Chelsea Westerfield Lamm, who has many animated short films to her credit. 

The animation simply brings to life the lovely message of the lyrics, which are based on a lullaby sung to Harrison and his sister by their father at bedtime. Sung by guest vocalist Lani Williams, the song is from his debut solo album ELLIOTT HARRISON, which was released 28 October, 2022.

"Goodnight Julia" will also be featured as part of "The Elliott Harrison Broadcast" on Musique Boutique podcast in early February to coincide with the premiere.

GROOVE VERSION for "Rev It Up And Pump It Out" premieres 12 December 


The second video version for the Elliott Harrison single "Rev It Up And Pump It Out" premieres today, 12 December. Subtitled "groove version", the video was shot in part on location on the Colville Reservation in Washington and in Indiana.

Where the "love version" focuses on home and family through photographs, the "groove version" has movement as its theme. 

The song is taken from the album Elliott Harrison, which was released on 28 October digitally and on streaming services via Jefferson House Communique. The album will become available on compact disc 23 December, while a vinyl version is scheduled for early 2023.

Watch the music video here.