Stick Season| Noah Kahan
In October 2022, Kahan headlined his 'Stick Season Tour', with support from Adam Melchor. Noah Kahan (born January 1, 1997) is an American singer-songwriter of folk-infused pop who signed to Republic Records in 2017. - Wikipedia
This album will certainly be getting me through all future fall and winter terms when the Hanover weather feels particularly hard. But even if you aren’t experiencing stick season in New England, the album captures complicated feelings of home for everyone. Whether the listener has a connection to New England or not, the nostalgia and growth that Kahan captured is universal.
There’s irony there because these feel like songs both longtime listeners and newer fans will want to belt back to Kahan — not because they’re produced for stadiums or arenas, but because they’re full of nostalgic melodies that will resonate far beyond New England.
The Mud Magazine
Noah Kahan's "Stick Season" Is Full of Anthems.
Although most of us can’t relate to the harshness of a New England winter, the themes of becoming jaded, heartbreak, love and watching others change are something we can all relate to, making it an overall amazing album.
The Simmons Voice
The prevalence of acoustic guitar in all fourteen tracks of the album gives it an around-the-campfire feel, while Kahan’s vocal maturity elevates the pieces to instant Alternative/Indie classics.
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