After wrapping up his 2023 Stick Season tour in London, Noah Kahan took to his socials to tease a revamped version of ‘Everywhere, Everything’ with US singer-songwriter, Gracie Abrams.
Now, excitingly, Noah has confirmed the duet with Gracie will be arriving as an early Christmas present for his loyal fanbase, with the track set to be released on Friday, December 1.
Noah Kahan shared a clip of the reimagined rendition of ‘Everywhere, Everything’ with a second set of vocals, with fans immediately speculating as to who the mystery guest might be.
After Gracie commented “thankful you exist” on Noah's TikTok and reshared the original video on her own page, followers put two and two together and realised she was the new vocalist.
‘Everywhere, Everything’ appeared on Noah Kahan's widely acclaimed 2022 album, Stick Season, and the uptempo anthem has since become a mainstay of Noah's electrifying live setlist.
This new release will be the latest in Noah Kahan's hugely popular 2023 series of re-recorded duets, with the folk-leaning crooner having shared collaborations with Post Malone (‘Dial Drunk’), Lizzy McAlpine (‘Call Your Mom’), Kacey Musgraves (‘She Calls Me Back’) and Hozier (‘Northern Attitude’) since dropping the deluxe We'll All Be Here Forever version of Stick Season in June.
Noah Kahan recently delivered his final live show of 2023 at London's O2 Forum Kentish Town, with the ‘You're Gonna Go Far’ songsmith set to return across The Pond in February 2024 for the European and UK leg of his We'll All Be Here Forever tour.
It's safe to say it's been a blockbuster year for Noah Kahan, with the genre-blending maverick having earned a 2024 Grammy nomination for Best New Artist earlier in the month.
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