Noah Kahan receives Grammy Award nomination for Best New Artist; Teams up with Hozier for new version of "Northern Attitude"

Article Contributed by Big Feat PR | Published on Monday, November 13, 2023

Following his widely successful breakthrough year, critically acclaimed Vermont singer and songwriter Noah Kahan receives a GRAMMY® Award nomination for Best New Artist.

After months of fans begging for a collaboration and following a surprise performance together in Nashville, today, Kahan finally joins forces with RIAA Diamond-certified Irish singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Hozier for a new version of “Northern Attitude” out now—the latest release in his Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) collaboration series. Listen to “Northern Attitude” with Hozier HERE!

The fan favorite song soars to new heights, as the two troubadours’ voices blend together and culminate into a stadium-ready anthem as they belt out, “If I get too close and I’m not how you hoped, forgive my northern attitude, oh, I was raised out in the cold. If the sun don’t rise ‘til the summertime, forgive my northern attitude, oh, I was raised on little light.”

Noah says, “If you know me at all, you know this collaboration is something very deeply special and important to me. I used to sit down at the table with my guitar and just try to capture a fraction of the emotion and beauty that Hozier encapsulates in each song he writes. It never quite worked, but each song was better for trying. To have one of my heroes performing this song with me is something I’ll tell my grandkids, or at least my next dog.”

Hozier chimes in, “This song left an instant mark on me when I first heard it, I loved it immediately. I’ve had the great pleasure of getting to know Noah more since we first sang together at Iron Blossom Festival this year, and I’m so glad we could get together on this version of his beautiful song.”

“Northern Attitude” follows a slew of recent star-studded collaborations with Kacey Musgraves on “She Calls Me Back,” Lizzy McAlpine on “Call Your Mom,” and Post Malone on “Dial Drunk.” Not to mention, Noah teamed up with Zach Bryan on his song “Sarah’s Place,” and Olivia Rodrigo covered his Double Platinum-Certified “Stick Season” during her performance in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge—watch HERE. Kahan has also recently collaborated with a slew of artists on-stage, including Mumford & Sons, Gregory Alan Isakov, Wesley Schultz of The Lumineers, Nathaniel Rateliff of Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Milk Carton Kids, Joy Oladokun, and more.

Surrounding the one-year anniversary of Stick Season’s original release, the breakout hit single has seen a massive resurgence on the charts as temperatures drop and “stick season” begins—climbing to the Top 10 overall on the Spotify Top 200 Chart in the US, UK, and Canada and peaking at #1 on the Spotify Top 200 Chart in Ireland. It’s also a greatest gainer on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and Top 10 single on the UK Singles Chart. The beloved album recently re-appeared in the Top 10 on Billboard’s 200 Chart at #9, following a debut at #3 earlier this summer.

Noah has taken the highly successful, sold-out “Stick Season Tour” to Europe and the UK ahead of his highly anticipated 2024 “We’ll All Be Here Forever World Tour,” which has sold nearly one million tickets globally and will see him perform sold-out shows in stadiums, arenas, and amphitheaters around the world, including two nights at Boston’s Fenway Park, New York’s Madison Square Garden, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, London’s Wembley Arena, and more. See the full list of upcoming tour dates below.

Noah recently garnered two 2023 Billboard Music Award nominations in the “Top Rock Artist” and “Top Rock Album” categories, and The New York Times’ Popcast also dedicated an episode to his “Rootsy Rock Revival”—listen HERE.

Last month on World Mental Health Day, Noah proudly shared that his mental health initiative The Busyhead Project has excitingly surpassed its initial goal of “$1 million for mental health” and generated over $2 million dollars to date—with the purpose of creating a world where mental healthcare is acceptable and accessible for everyone. Read Noah’s statement HERE, read an op-ed he penned for TIME HERE, and watch his honoree toast at the TIME100 Next Gala HERE.

In July, Noah released Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever), an extension of 2022’s Platinum-Certified Stick Season and his most successful offering to date. The deluxe version featured “Dial Drunk,” which peaked at #1 on both the Alternative and AAA Radio Charts in the US and currently sits in the Top 20 at Top 40 Radio and Top 15 at Hot AC Radio. The album debuted at #3 on Billboard 200 Chart, #1 on Top Americana/Folk Albums Chart, #1 on Billboard Top Alternative Albums Chart, #1 on Billboard Top Rock Albums Chart, and more. Impressively, Noah became the 5th artist in history with 18 songs on Billboard Hot Rock & Alternative Charts in one week, alongside David Bowie and Taylor Swift.

Stay tuned for more to come from Noah Kahan this fall!


November 13 Manchester, UK O2 Victoria Warehouse - SOLD OUT *

November 15 Dublin, Ireland The National Stadium - SOLD OUT *

November 16 Glasgow, UK O2 Academy - SOLD OUT *

November 17 Birmingham, UK O2 Academy - SOLD OUT *

November 19 Bristol, UK O2 Academy - SOLD OUT *

November 20 London, UK O2 Forum Kentish Town - SOLD OUT *

November 21 London, UK O2 Forum Kentish Town - SOLD OUT *


January 17 Melbourne, AU Sidney Myer Music Bowl - SOLD OUT

January 18 Melbourne, AU Sidney Myer Music Bowl

January 20 Brisbane, AU Riverstage - SOLD OUT

January 23 Sydney, AU The Hordern Pavilion - SOLD OUT

January 27 Perth, AU Red Hill Auditorium - SOLD OUT

February 08 Dublin, IE                3Arena - SOLD OUT *

February 10  Glasgow, UK           OVO Hydro - SOLD OUT *

February 11 Leeds, UK               First Direct Arena - SOLD OUT *

February 13 Cardiff, UK              Cardiff International Arena - SOLD OUT *

February 14 London, UK             OVO Arena Wembley - SOLD OUT *

February 15  London, UK             OVO Arena Wembley - SOLD OUT *

February 17  Paris, FR                 L’Olympia - SOLD OUT *

February 18 Cologne, DE           Palladium - SOLD OUT *

February 21 Berlin, DE               Columbiahalle - SOLD OUT *

February 23   Copenhagen, DK    K.B. Hallen - SOLD OUT *

February 25 Amsterdam, NL       AFAS Live - SOLD OUT *

February 26 Brussels, BE           Forest National *


March 26 Vancouver, BC       Rogers Arena - SOLD OUT

March 28 Calgary, AB            Scotiabank Saddledome - SOLD OUT

March 29   Edmonton, AB        Rogers Place - SOLD OUT

March 30  Saskatoon, SK        SaskTel Centre

April 02  Winnipeg, MB         Canada Life Centre

April 06   Toronto, ON            Scotiabank Arena - SOLD OUT

April 07  London, ON            Budweiser Gardens - SOLD OUT

April 09  Ottawa, ON             Canadian Tire Centre - SOLD OUT

April 10 Quebec City, QC    Videotron Centre

April 13   Montreal, QC          Bell Centre - SOLD OUT

April 14   Toronto, ON           Scotiabank Arena - SOLD OUT

April 16   Toronto, ON           Scotiabank Arena

May 20   Asheville, NC Arena - SOLD OUT

May 22   Asheville, NC Arena - SOLD OUT

May 24  Nashville, TN         Bridgestone Arena

May 25 Nashville, TN          Bridgestone Arena - SOLD OUT

May 28 Cuyahoga Falls, OH   Blossom Music Center - SOLD OUT

May 29  Burgettstown, PA    The Pavilion at Star Lake - SOLD OUT

June 04  St. Louis, MO          Hollywood Casino Amphitheater - SOLD OUT

June 05    Kansas City, MO     Azura Amphitheatre *

June 07    St. Paul, MN           Xcel Energy Center

June 08  St. Paul, MN           Xcel Energy Center

June 11  Dallas, TX               Dos Equis Pavilion

June 13 Houston, TX            The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

June 14    Austin, TX               Moody Center

June 18  Chula Vista, CA      North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

June 21    Los Angeles, CA     Hollywood Bowl - SOLD OUT

June 25  Denver, CO             Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre - SOLD OUT *

June 26 Denver, CO            Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre - SOLD OUT *

June 29  George, WA            The Gorge - SOLD OUT

July 01  Ridgefield, WA        RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater - SOLD OUT

July 03  Wheatland, CA       Toyota Amphitheatre

July 05     Berkeley, CA           The Greek Theatre - SOLD OUT *

July 06    Berkeley, CA           The Greek Theatre - SOLD OUT *

July 09   Salt Lake City, UT  USANA Amphitheatre - SOLD OUT

July 13    East Troy, WI          Alpine Valley Music Theatre - SOLD OUT

July 15 New York, NY        Madison Square Garden - SOLD OUT

July 16   New York, NY         Madison Square Garden - SOLD OUT

July 18  Boston, MA            Fenway Park - SOLD OUT ^

July 19     Boston, MA             Fenway Park - SOLD OUT ^

* Non-Live Nation Date

^ With Mt. Joy