New Stop Motion Animated Christmas Video Debuts

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Songwriter and recording artist Carly Jamison debuts animated video for "Christmas May Have To Be Postponed", a brand new Christmas song that uses the vintage style of good old-fashioned rock and roll to tell a whimsical story about Santa and his missing reindeer, and the vintage style of stop motion animation to illustrate the story.

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Since the song is done in the vintage style of old-fashioned rock and roll, I thought it would be fitting to do an old-fashioned stop motion animation for the video.

“Christmas May Have To Be Postponed,” a new original Christmas song by songwriter and recording artist Carly Jamison made its world-wide debut last month. Using a vintage style of good old-fashioned rock and roll to tell a whimsical story about Santa and his missing reindeer, it has been featured on all of the major Christmas music blogs, and has been added to many of the Christmas music radio stations and streaming playlists. A brand new animated video has now debuted to complement the release.

"I grew up watching animated Christmas specials, so I always feel like animated videos are very fitting for Christmas songs." says Jamison. "Since the song is done in the vintage style of old-fashioned rock and roll, I thought it would be fitting to do an old-fashioned stop motion animation for the video. It was all shot on a still camera, individual frame by frame, and then compiled into an animation. It took way longer than I thought it would."

The video takes place on The North Pole where Santa, his elves, Mrs. Claus, penguins, snowmen, polar bears, and his not so trusty reindeer try to figure out if "Christmas May Have To Be Postponed."

The video is now available on YouTube and can be viewed via the following link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iznpfiP3AY

For more information visit http://www.carlyjamison.com

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