Blythe Kingcroft

Jordan Klassen

Music / Folk, Singer-Songwriter / Canada

Presented by: Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA)

Jordan Klassen’s seventh album, which was released this year and recorded during the two-year pandemic without a studio or much fuss, could probably best be described as a blessing disguise. The singer songwriter and producer from Vancouver mostly withdrew in order to write and record “Glossalia” in the summer of 2020, composing the album’s ten tracks with just vocals and guitar, creating a subtly blossoming collection of songs that perhaps nails his “fairy folk for troubled times” approach better than ever before. The arrangements are reduced to the bare essentials but despite of this, or perhaps because of it, each song stands out in its own particularly poignant and intimate way. Whether it’s the sun-kissed folky ode to life “Milk and Honey”, the in equal parts sleepy and comforting “Pangea” or the bittersweet “Sleeper in the Cabin”: Jordan Klassen has once again reinvented himself, impressively demonstrating his ability to evoke an incredibly deep poetic experience with truly minimal means. And because he is a master of taking this to the stage, his upcoming performance is a must-see for all those not willed to give up on dreaming just yet.

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  • Booking: Germany/EU

  • Label: EU


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