Woundikin Fall Hit Song So It Goes is Out now!

Woundikin fall hit song So It Goes is out now! When you press play, you hear the strum of the guitar from Woundikin which makes you tap your feet to the beat. Then his voice comes out to sing the hand written lyrics from his notebook for all to hear. You can hear the story from Woundikin throughout the song as he ventures into bittersweet moments of life. Those moments are brief though as life continues with the sun still shining in the sky and anything can be changed. I enjoyed listening to this song by Woundikin and digged the way his guitar and voice mesh throughout the song.

Tap your feet to the beat of the song when you press play!

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Woundikin shared of the song:
I wrote “So It Goes” a while back and then spent a long time getting my guitar playing and voice to a point that matched what I was hearing in my head.  I recorded it in my little home studio, and I mixed and mastered and did all that stuff there as well.  To me a large part of the appeal of folky acoustic music lies in its humanity; stifling the slight natural change in tempo as a song progresses with a click track or “correcting” the emotion of a bent pitch can sometimes end up taking away from the overall experience.  For this song I didn’t want to edit together multiple takes or track guitar and vocals separately, I just pointed a mic at my mouth and pointed a mic at my guitar and played it as many times as it took to get the recording as close to perfect as possible.  And I added reverb, because reverb makes everything sound better.
Taking piano as a child, Woundikin always felt drawn to the drums. In High School he started playing drums for the school’s Jazz band, and over the years have played in Rock, Funk, Electronic, Jam and Jazz-Fusion groups. Eventually he wanted to be able to create individually and have more control over his music, than what drumming typically allowed. This led Woundikin to learn production and guitar. Gravitating towards the finger-picking styles a la The Tallest Man on Earth or James Taylor, he found himself intrigued by the rhythmic style and how it’s almost like playing guitars, drums, and even a little bass.