Zach Bryan Teases Collaborations with Noah Kahan, Bon Iver

BY Ben OkazawaPublished Sep 18, 2023

It hasn't even been a month since Zach Bryan dropped his eponymous fourth studio album, but he's already hinting at another. 

After teaming up with Kacey Musgraves for the project's standout track "I Remember Everything," the rising country star has embraced the collaborative spirit and tapped folk artists Noah Kahan and Bon Iver for songs that he teased on Twitter late last night alongside a third solo snippet. 

Fans might have Iowa's Hinterland Music Festival to thank for the collabs after it brought all three artists together this summer.

While at the festival, Bryan was extremely vocal on social media about his long-time love for Bon Iver, and Kahan joined him on stage for the performance of his 2020 hit "Revival."
It shouldn't be too much of a surprise that Bryan is back in the studio already, since he's known for being a workhorse — the 16-track Zach Bryan marks his second-shortest album, and 2022's American Heartbreak totals 34 songs — but, between his arrest last week and the announcement of his 2024 North American tour, he's certainly been busy. 

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