Zach Bryan‘s new self-titled album recently notched two weeks atop the Billboard 200 all-genre albums chart, but he’s already offering up new music — namely, collaborations with two-time Grammy winner Bon Iver and “Hurt Somebody”/”Dial Drunk” hitmaker Noah Kahan.
Bryan posted a trio of new songs on Instagram Sunday (Sept. 18), along with a note stating, “Locked myself in a studio all week, wrote myself through a notebook, walked around with people I love in the city then went campin, felt restful and hopeful, thankful for breathing no matter the day, just grateful,” Bryan said, offering thanks to Noah Kahan and Bon Iver. “Them boys of faith,” Bryan added.
Over on X, Bryan tagged Bon Iver in a snippet of a song featuring the lyric “Them Boys of Faith,” saying, “come back soon [Bon Iver]. you have a friend for life.” Bryan tagged Kahan in another song, with a similar statement.
This isn’t the first time Bryan and Kahan have collaborated; Kahan showed up at Bryan’s set at Iowa’s Hinterland Festival last month to join Bryan in performing the final song of the set, “Revival.”
Bryan has been on a collaborations hot streak lately, recently topping the Billboard Hot 100 with another collaboration, “I Remember Everything,” featuring Kacey Musgraves; the song marked the first Billboard Hot 100 hit for both artists. His self-titled album also includes collaborations with The War and Treaty (“Hey Driver”), The Lumineers (“Spotless”) and Sierra Ferrell (“Holy Roller”). Bryan also previously released the Maggie Rogers duet, “Dawns,” which reached No. 11 on the Hot Country Songs chart.
Next year, Bryan’s headlining Quittin’ Time Tour, which launches in March in Chicago, will feature artists including Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours and Sheryl Crow.
Listen to the snippet of Bryan’s new tracks below.