Noah Kahan Pokes Fun at Musician Stereotypes in 'False Confidence' Premiere


Noah Kahan satirizes the over-styling of male musicians within the fashionable age in a cheeky video for his new single "False Confidence," out as we speak (Nov. 7). 

The enjoyable visible follows Kahan as he shifts by means of a number of outfit adjustments, acting at an open mic night time on the similar bar each week. Desperately attempting to suit the best picture of a mainstream music artist, he wears outfits with fanny packs, chains, grills and extra, singing to an unimpressed crowd. 

His id disaster involves a halt when he sings, "Why gained't you are taking me severely/Look at me all fucked up over somebody I'll by no means meet." By the tip of the video, Kahan returns to his personal fashion -- which the group finally ends up having fun with essentially the most.

"False Confidence’ is a music about believing in your self but in addition not taking your self too severely within the course of," Kahan tells Billboard in an emailed assertion.

"Making this video was a blast, I've by no means had the chance to behave in any method and enjoying these completely different characters was virtually therapeutic," he provides. "Personifying the self-doubt that creeps into your thought course of infrequently after which stepping again and having a superb snort whereas making it felt good.”

"False Confidence" comes after the 21-year-old launched his "Come Down" single in addition to his Hurt Somebody EP earlier this 12 months. 

Check out the brand new video for "False Confidence" under.