Last night, musician Noah Kahan announced that the final pieces of Stick Season are on the way.
Kahan released his third studio album, Stick Season, back in 2022, launching his music career into the mainstream. Throughout the course of 2023, he then dropped a deluxe version of the album featuring additional tracks — Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) — as well as several new versions of songs from the album with collaborations with artists like Post Malone, Hozier, and Kacey Musgraves.
Now, the era of Stick Season will be coming to a bittersweet end on February 9 with the release of one new track, “Forever,” as well as two more collaborations.
“You’re Gonna Go Far” and “Paul Revere” are the last songs to be turned into collaborations, though Kahan has left fans guessing and counting the blank spaces to figure out which artists will be joining him this time around.
Kahan, who recently received his first Grammy nomination for Best New Artist for the 66th Annual Grammy Awards, will be hitting the road again to tour this year — check out the dates here!