Noah Kahan continues to collect Infinity Stones in the form of epic music collaborations, and the latest happens to be a new version of his hit song “Northern Attitude” featuring Hozier.
The duo left the internet in metaphorical shambles after they took to the stage together in Nashville last month to perform the track (and Kahan also joined Hozier for his performance of “Work Song” at Iron Blossom Festival back in August). As to be expected, the official version of the song is everything we hoped.
(And because nothing is more satisfying than seeing things come full circle—when asked by Billboard back in 2018 if he could collaborate with any artist, who would it be be? Kahan’s answer was Hozier.)
Following the release of his third studio album, Stick Season, in 2022, Kahan’s name made waves across the charts. He then hit the road for his sold out album tour, which carried into 2023, and released a deluxe version of Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) over the summer. If you missed Kahan this year, or just want to catch him live again, he’ll be embarking on his We’ll All Be Here Forever tour across the U.S. and Canada in 2024.
In addition to Hozier, Kahan has released the following Stick Season tracks as duets:
- “She Calls Me Back” feat. Kacey Musgraves
- “Call Your Mom” feat. Lizzy McAlpine
- “Dial Drunk” feat. Post Malone
Kahan also worked with Zach Bryan on the track “Sarah’s Place,” which is featured on Bryan’s latest EP Boys Of Faith, and he released a cover of Jason Isbell’s “If We Were Vampires” with The Lumineers’ Wesley Schultz earlier this year. Now if we could just get an official Mumford and Sons collaboration following their on-stage performance of the band’s new track “Maybe” at Austin City Limits …