"There's no one that's like 'I love you'," the singer-songwriter tells PEOPLE exclusively
Noah Kahan is chiming in on the debate over which one of his songs is the best to play at weddings.
"If I were to get married to one, they're all kind of depressing undertones. There's no one that's like 'I love you,'" the singer-songwriter tells PEOPLE exclusively at the TIME100 Next event in New York City on Tuesday. "It's always like, 'I love you, but you're dead,' or something like that."
"But I guess we could say 'Everywhere, Everything' if you're OK with worms and s---," Kahan, 26, continues. "'Sink' is pretty good, but it's also kind of self-indulgent. I don't know. Don't listen to lyrics that much. They all sound kind of sweet and dance Ed Sheeran vibes, just vibe out, chill out."
In September, Kahan announced that in 2024, the singer-songwriter will head out on the North American leg of the "We’ll All Be Here Forever" Tour, bringing the show to several major arenas and stadiums.
Kahan opened up about his excitement for the tour with a post on Instagram. In addition to sharing the tour dates and information on securing tickets, the singer-songwriter expressed his gratitude in the caption. He wrote, “This exceeds even my wildest childhood dreams, but you have made them all possible, so we are announcing another tour! I can’t hardly believe it.”
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The 32-date run will conclude shows at iconic venues such as Madison Square Garden and Boston’s Fenway Park.
The Vermont artist previously spoke to PEOPLE in 2022 upon the release of Stick Season.
Kahan said, "Writing a song that really meant so much to me, and having it mean a lot to other people, it's been the most reaffirming and incredible experience I've ever had. This is the first time I've ever felt comfortable in my skin as a musician, and I'm really happy about that.”
He added, "This is something I wanted to do my whole life, and it felt like every musical moment I've ever had has led me to this project. It made me feel inspired and fulfilled."
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