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Noah Kahan heads out on fall tour with Strumbellas and watch his acoustic video for Hold it Down

April 5, 2017

  Noah Kahan recently wrapped us his first sold-out tour supporting Milky Chance as well as a recent sold-out show with Ben Folds. Celebrating these successful tours, he has released an acoustic video for his track, Hold It Down which he describes as, “is about dealing with the emotional toll of success and failure.” Check out the video here: Noah has just announced a fall tour supporting Strumbellas and will be performing with Anderson East at The Throne Theater in Wilmington, NC on May 4th as well as The Broadberry in Richmond, VA on May 5th. Tour dates listed below: NOAH KAHAN DATES WITH STRUMBELLAS10/12 – Turner – Milwaukee, WI10/13 – Waiting Room – Omaha, NE10/16 – Summit – Denver, CO10/18 – Ready Room – St. Louis, MO10/19 – Thalia Hall – Chicago, IL10/20 – Thalia Hall – Chicago, IL10/21 – Majestic – Madison, WI10/23 – 20th Century Theatre – Cincinnati, OH10/24 – Majestic – Detroit, MI11/02 – Mr. Smalls – Pittsburgh, PA11/03 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH11/07 – Cat’s Cradle – Durham, NC11/13 – Paradise [Read More]

Tour

Milky Chance make a stop in San Francisco for a show at The Independent. March 10th.

March 9, 2017

Friday, March 10th. The Independent in San Francisco will be the place to be at. Milky Chance will be performing to a sold out crowd, a week ahead of the release of their new album Blossom. You can pre-order the album by heading over to: http://milkychance.lnk.to/Blossom_preorder. More about the album, The first single to rise from this period of reflection is “Cocoon”, a track that’s “about being in a certain situation, trying to work with it, figure out what you’ve done and why you did so”. As its name and sound implies, the track also brings forth a palpable sense of returning to a place of serenity. Or in Clemens own words “trying to find a place where you can be yourself and not be distracted; to slow down and reflect on yourself”. Across the rest of ‘Blossom’, we’re introduced to a vigorous, secure Milky Chance. With that extended period of adventure and personal development now built into their roots, there’s a renewed sense of depth to the band’s serenely alluring jams. It’s a sound that [Read More]