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Exclusive: Noah Kahan Reveals His Dream Collaboration Would Be Boygenius

September 29, 2023 9:05 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 7:04 pm GMT

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Noah Kahan has shared with Holler that his dream collaboration would be Boygenius, the much-loved supergroup comprising Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus.

Throughout 2023, Noah Kahan has established himself as an all-star curator when it comes to choosing duets, with the fast-emerging folk-country prodigy having released a revamped version of ’Dial Drunk’ with Post Malone earlier in the summer.

Shortly after, the Vermont native appeared on Zach Bryan's acclaimed new EP, Boys Of Faith, with their joint track, ‘Sarah's Place’, remaining the most popular song from the project.

Additionally, this month, Noah Kahan shared a new rendition of his 2023 Stick Season (We'll All Be Here Forever) stand-out, ‘Call Your Mom’, featuring Lizzy McAlpine.

Now, it looks like Kahan might be eyeing up chart-topping group, Boygenius, as a potential collaborator, with the singer-songwriter revealing to Holler that they're top of his duet bucket-list.

Kahan outlined, “I've been fortunate enough to collaborate with incredible artists and heroes of mine, this year and many years in the past. But I think if I could collaborate with one artist I truly love, I would love to collaborate with Boygenius”.

The ‘You're Gonna Go Far’ crooner went on to emphasise his admiration for the band, “I think they're incredible, and their songwriting inspires me so much...I think we could make something really cool”.

It's safe to say Noah Kahan isn't the only one who would love to see a Boygenius collaboration come to fruition, and we'll be keeping our fingers crossed they all team up in the studio soon.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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