Noah Kahan teases a new collaboration on TikTok

Noah Kahan has played a brief clip of his new song, which features an unnamed artist.

Noah Kahan

Noah Kahan has teased a new collaboration on social media.

The 27-year-old singer has taken to TikTok to tease a new track with an unnamed artist, and he's even shared a clip of the record with his followers.

In the video message, Noah says: "Just popping in to tell you that I hear you, I’ve seen the comments, no more collaborations, we’re sick of them, ’cause I’ve heard it all I’ve decided to present you with yet another teaser for a new collaboration that I’m so excited about.

"This artist inspired this entire record, cannot wait for you guys to hear what we did."

Noah then played a clip from the new song, which features vocals from the unnamed artist.

The lyrics read: "I would leave if only I could find a reason / I’m mean because I grew up in New England.

"I got dreams but I can’t make myself believe them / Spend the rest of my life with what could have been / And I will die in the house that I grew up in / I’m homesick."

Noah's 2022 single 'Stick Season' became a viral hit last year, and the singer previously admitted to being amazed by his own success.

Noah told NME: "I never thought this was gonna happen to me. I don’t have a lot of reference points for it."

Olivia Rodrigo is also a big fan of Noah and she's keen to work with him at some stage in the future.

The 20-year-old star recently told Variety: "I think he’s so great and he’s very inspiring ... One of these days."

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