Vermont singer / songwriter Noah Kahan has returned with his new single 'Part of Me', released via Republic Records, heralding his anxiously awaited sophomore album, due for release later this year.
The introspective guitar driven track features Noah's signature storytelling with evocative lyrics which flow effortlessly over dreamy acoustics, creating an undeniably catchy and poignant love song with graceful delivery. Produced by frequent collaborator and Grammy Award-winning producer Joel Little, the uptempo, indie folk-infused instrumentation over the chorus boasts an infectious pop groove and gorgeous uplifting sounds whilst showcasing Noah's striking vocal talent which will catch your attention from the first moment.
Of the song, Noah says,
"‘Part of Me’ is a song about someone looking back on an almost-romance and realizing that what felt like simply a passing moment of connection between two people was actually far more significant and represented a larger loneliness within. Drifting through life and avoiding feelings for anyone or anything is something I’m far too familiar with, and sometimes one experience with somebody can open somebody’s heart and force them to be vulnerable again. ‘Part of Me’ is about the realization that a seemingly insignificant moment can be far more important that you knew.”
Noah has quietly emerged as a homegrown phenomenon with his combination of vivid songwriting and powerful performances (as well as his razor-sharp sense of humour on social media). He's quickly racked up half a billion streams across his catalogue, picked up a Gold Certification for “Hurt Somebody” feat. Julia Michaels and performed on television shows such as The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Late Night with Seth Meyers and TODAY.
'Part of Me' is out now.
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