Noah Kahan returns with brand new single, “Mess”

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Today, Noah Kahan has returned to debut his new single, “Mess,” which will appear on his new album coming later this spring.

The song — produced by frequent collaborator Joel Little (Lorde, Khalid — was written by Kahan in between sold out tours. On the new track, he shares, “My life has taken a 180° turn. I’m on a very different path than what I thought I would do. I get nostalgic for the locale where I grew up because the scenery is so beautiful. Going from this to bigger cities and tours is crazy for me. The truth is—regardless of where I’ve gone—my parents still yell at me to pick up the dogs’ shit when I’m back home.”

Kahan continues, “‘Mess’ is a song I wrote during a very overwhelming and generally sad time in my life. Being able to work on this song and bring these feelings to light was a lifeline for me, and I hope it provides you with similar comfort.”

Kahan will be hitting the road with James Bay this month on his North American tour, performing at New York’s iconic Beacon Theatre for two nights on March 12 and 13 and at Los Angeles’ The Wiltern on March 25. Additionally, he will be joining Dean Lewis on his headline tour in Europe and the U.K. in April. See the full list of upcoming dates below, and find more information on tickets here.

UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
March 3                       Nashville, TN                          Ryman Auditorium^
March 5                       Durham, NC                            Durham Performing Arts Center^
March 6                       Atlanta, GA                             Coca Cola Roxy Theatre^
March 8                       Washington, DC                     The Anthem^
March 9                       Philadelphia, PA                     Metropolitan Opera House^
March 10                     Boston, MA                             Orpheum Theatre^
March 12                     New York, NY                         Beacon Theatre^
March 13                     New York, NY                         Beacon Theatre^
March 14                     Toronto, ON                            Sony Centre for the Performing Arts^
March 16                     Montreal, QC                          Place Des Arts^
March 18                     Royal Oak, MI                         Royal Oak Music Theatre^
March 19                     Chicago, IL                              The Riviera Theatre^
March 20                     Minneapolis, MN                     State Theatre^
March 22                     Denver, CO                             Fillmore Auditorium^
March 23                     Salt Lake City, UT                  The Union Event Center^
March 25                     Los Angeles, CA                     The Wiltern^
March 27                     Oakland, CA                           Fox Theater^
March 30                     Portland, OR                           Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall^
March 31                     Vancouver, BC                       Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre^
April 3                          Seattle, WA                             Paramount Theatre^
April 6                          Frankfurt, Germany                Gibson*
April 7                          Zurich, Switzerland                 Kaufleuten*
April 8                          Munich, Germany                   Backstage Werk*
April 10                        Hamburg, Germany                Docks*
April 11                        Berlin, Germany                     Astra Kulturhaus*
April 13                        Amsterdam, Netherlands        Paradiso*
April 14                        Brussels, Belgium                   Ancienne Belgique*
April 15                        London, UK                             O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire*
April 16                        London, UK                             O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire*
April 18                        Glasgow, UK                           St Luke’s*
April 19                        Manchester, UK                      O2 Ritz*
April 21                        Dublin, Ireland                         Vicar Street*
^ Supporting James Bay
* Supporting Dean Lewis