Zach Bryan has shared a snippet of a brand new collaboration with Bon Iver across his socials, with fans hoping the unreleased track will be made available in the coming weeks.
The newly teased duet follows the revelation that Zach Bryan and another folk-leaning trailblazer, Noah Kahan, had recently hit the studio to record a hotly anticipated collaboration.
The 30-second clip of his new Bon Iver link-up appears to be an extension of a previously posted folk-inspired song, which Zach shared across his socials last week. At the time, although there were backing vocals layered onto the track, it wasn't clear who the second singer was.
Now, Zach has confirmed it's Bon Iver, with the Wisconsin genre-blender adding his distinctive, haunting voice to the heartfelt anthem, which appears to be called, ‘Boys of Faith’.
The ‘Something in the Orange’ hitmaker accompanied the new snippet with another clip of his upcoming Noah Kahan collaboration, along with a third unreleased demo.
As of yet, it's unclear whether these three songs will form part of a new EP from Zach Bryan, or whether he's already started work on another full-length album, despite having only just released his acclaimed fourth studio record last month.
After having crafted the vast majority of his early material by himself, it seems the prolific singer-songwriter is embracing the power of collaborations this year.
For instance, as well as a joint track with Kacey Musgraves, 2023's Zach Bryan included celebrated duets with Sierra Ferrell, The War and Treaty and The Lumineers.
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