Minnesotan Jack Klatt has a new EP on the way – ‘Edge of the End’ is released on June 1st. It’s a collection that reflects on Klatt’s life, and also on the state of the United States with the pain and anger felt in his hometown after the murder of George Floyd, and the upheaval of the ongoing pandemic. Heavy topics indeed.
Of ‘Any Way The Wind Is Blowin’,’ Klatt says: “This is a feel-good song with a cosmic country vibe about my love affair with music. I’ve made a lot of strange choices in my life. I dropped out of school when I was young to travel the country and write songs. I got around by hitchhiking and riding trains, making what little money I had singing on street corners. I never knew where the rent was coming from, but it always showed up right on time. I have been reflecting on my ramblin’ days during the pandemic, grappling with feeling landlocked like so many others. You can’t control the way the wind blows; you just gotta roll with it sometimes.…”