The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

farmers temporary

Panther Tracks

“Stick Season” by Noah Kahan
Page Barksdale
Junior Abby McSpadden’s favorite song recently is “Stick Season” by Noah Kahan. “Stick Season” was released as a single in 2022, covering the love and subsequent heartbreak of singer-songwriter Noah Kahan.

Junior Abby McSpadden has recently been listening to “Stick Season” by Noah Kahan. 

“I like the beat and it’s easy to sing along to,” McSpadden said. “It doesn’t break my voice.”

“Stick Season” by Noah Kahan follows the story of a man who is left heartbroken during the cold Vermont winter. He recounts painful details of his past relationship and the trials of encountering things that remind him of his lover. He reveals promises that were made and then broken by his previous partner. 

“It’s about this guy who is just going through heartbreak, and even though it’s kind of his fault, he’s still going through the emotions,” McSpadden said. “I can’t relate, but it’s a very catchy song.” 

“Stick Season” is Noah Kahan’s most streamed song overall, originally released as a single in 2022 and then re-released on an album of the same name in 2023. This song went viral on TikTok, propelling Kahan’s fame.

“It definitely has an indie pop vibe to it,” McSpadden said. “This is the first song of his that I’ve listened to. It’s the one that went viral. When I heard it [online], I recognized the chorus and had to search it up.” 

If you are interested in a folk-pop song with upbeat guitar and complex lyricism, listen to “Stick Season” by Noah Kahan on your favorite streaming app.

Leave a Comment
About the Contributor
Page Barksdale, Staff Writer
Junior 1st year with The Prowler    I really love writing and taking photos. Even though this is my first year on The Prowler, it is also my second year on The Pride, the Starr’s Mill yearbook. I love Taylor Swift, coffee, swimming, and murder mystery novels.

Comments (0)

We welcome your comments, but only those comments that are appropriate for a high school publication will be posted. Comments that are derogatory or use inappropriate or vulgar language will not be posted.
All The Prowler Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *