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Noah Kahan Drops “Come Down” (RAC Mix)

Breakout Vermont singer and songwriter Noah Kahan drops the RAC Mix of his latest single, “Come Down” today—listen here. Grammy award-winning recording artist and producer RAC has remixed hits for chart-topping artists including Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Lana Del Rey, Kings of Leon, Bob Marley and more.

Tickets are currently on-sale for Kahan’s first-ever North American and European headlining tours taking place this fall. Shows have already sold out in Boston, Chicago and San Francisco, and venues in Toronto and Burlington have been upgraded to accommodate ticket demand. See the full list of tour dates below. Tickets are available now at www.NoahKahan.com/tour.

“Come Down” is a vividly descriptive memory of helping a new friend through a dramatic trip. The song concisely captures the spectrum of cheery nostalgia to panicked anxiety in under three minutes and is conveyed with Kahan’s strikingly soulful delivery. At its heart, the modest chant showcases his songwriting acumen and knack for an undeniable hook.

Of the song, Kahan says, “‘Come Down’ is about an experience I had helping a new friend through a moment of intense anxiety. I didn’t know this person well, and we were isolated for some time together, which made for a revealing and very human experience.”

“Come Down” arrives hot on the heels of his global smash, “Hurt Somebody” feat. Grammy-nominated Julia Michaels. Available on his 2018 debut EP, Hurt Somebody, the song charted at #1 on Australian national radio for three weeks straight, while also charting in the Top 40 at Hot AC stateside. Its total streams are over the 60 million-mark. Kahan made his late-night U.S. television debut performing “Hurt Somebody” on Late Night With Stephen Colbert earlier this year. As “Hurt Somebody” became an international hit, Kahan sold out venues on a headlining tour across the UK, Europe and Australia, as well as supported George Ezra and LP on their North American tours this past spring.

October 3                    Atlanta, GA                 Vinyl^
October 4                    Nashville, TN              The High Watt
October 8                    Vienna, VA                  Jammin Java^
October 9                    Philadelphia, PA         The Foundry^
October 10                  New York, NY             Bowery Ballroom^
October 12                  Boston, MA                 Brighton Music Hall*^
October 13                  Burlington, VT             Higher Ground Ballroom**^
October 14                  Montreal, QC              Petit Campus^
October 16                  Toronto, ON                Adelaide Hall**^
October 18                  Indianapolis, IN           HiFi Bar^
October 19                  Chicago, IL                  Schubas Tavern*^
October 20                  Minneapolis, MN         7th Street Entry^
October 22                  Denver, CO                 Larimer Lounge^
October 23                  Salt Lake City, UT      The State Room^
October 25                  San Francisco, CA     Rickshaw Stop*^
October 26                  Los Angeles, CA         The Troubadour^
October 27                  San Diego, CA            The Irenic^
November 1                Houston, TX                White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs)
November 2                Dallas, TX                   Club Dada
November 3                Austin, TX                   The Parish
November 6                Stockholm, Sweden    Nalen Klubb
November 7                Oslo, Norway              Ingensteds
November 9                Berlin, Germany         Lido
November 10              Cologne, Germany     MTC
November 11              Hamburg, Germany    Molotow
November 13              Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso Noord
November 14              Brussels, Belgium       AB Club
November 15              Paris, France              Le Nouveau Casino
November 17              Birmingham, UK         Institute 3
November 18              Glasgow, UK               King Tuts
November 19              Manchester, UK          Ruby Lounge
November 20              London, UK                 The Garage
* = Sold Out
** = Venue Upgraded
^ = with Dean Lewis as support

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