Noah Kahan’s “Mess” Video Is A Dog Lover’s Dream

Mike Wass | March 14, 2019 2:32 pm
Noah's 'False Confidence' Video
Noah Kahan shows off his lighter side in the fun video for 'False Confidence.'

What a day for animal lovers! Carly Rae Jepsen transformed into a (slightly demented) cat lady in her “Now That I Found You” visual, while Noah Kahan has dogs on the brain in his “Mess” video. “I initially called [the song] ‘Feed The Dogs’ because my pups were a huge part of the inspiration for the tune,” the singer/songwriter says of his anthemic new single. “When I was in Vermont after high school, they were my only company during what was a lonesome time. With that in mind, I knew I had to make the music video be centered around dogs.”

That required the involvement of media-trained canines. “We got 11… professional dogs (who were way more famous than me) for the shoot in LA and shot a video I really loved,” Noah reveals. It finds the breakout star battling the tour blues as he pines for his dogs. “Mess” is the lead single from the 22-year-old’s much anticipated debut LP. It follows 2018 streaming hit, “Hurt Somebody” (100 million+ Spotify streams and rising), and the Triple A radio-conquering “False Confidence.”

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