Jonah Kagen has today released his new EP titled ‘The Roads’ via Arista Records. Along with the new EP we also get the new video for the track titled ‘Save My Soul’. Jonah has that style that harkens back to the troubadours of the past with solid and meaningful songwriting. A touch of Americana with a dash of pop, the acoustic flair that is Jonah revels in cinematic soundscapes colliding with intimate songs of heart and soul.

Just hit play and let ‘The Roads’ take you down your road.

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About Jonah Kagen & ‘The Roads’

The 6-track EP includes recent hit singles like “The Roads,” “Pollution,” “Made Up My Mind (ft. Lily Meola),” and “18,” as well as two brand new songs, “This Life Ain’t Easy” and “Save My Soul.” The EP’s title track, “The Roads,” has seen recent momentum, climbing at US Triple-A radio, with support across 15+ stations and counting, and receiving a stamp of approval from Zach Bryan.

Jonah continues to challenge the boundaries of folk, rock, and pop with his new EP. Pairing his signature acoustic-driven sound with heartfelt musings, Jonah captures the universally relatable feeling of trying to figure life out.

“‘The Roads’ is a story of decisions and consequences,” Jonah says. “Each song represents a distinct moment in my ongoing quest to ‘figure it out’ and what those moments did and continue to do to me. Each is a road that I’ve taken that has shaped and continues to shape who I am. I hope people can find a piece of themselves in these stories, and I encourage you to listen with an open heart and an open mind. I wrote these songs to land anywhere—take them as they are, or as they are to you.”

Ironically, ’The Roads’ arrives as Jonah returns home from two months on the road. He started his US run in October with his first ever headline tour, which included sold-out shows in Charlotte and New York City, before joining Phillip Phillips as support on ‘The Drift Back’ tour. Jonah will be back on the road early next year with his ‘Save My Soul’ headline tour, which kicks off on March 18th in Kansas City. A full list of dates can be found here and tickets for all shows are on-sale today.

Embodying contrast, Savannah GA native Jonah Kagen approaches the guitar with the instinctual know-how of a jazz virtuoso, but also pens the kinds of lyrics that turn into festival singalongs. At just 23 years old, Jonah Kagen has already cut impressive figures with over 200 million global streams and 2.6 monthly Spotify listeners. An exciting new voice bringing undeniable energy and sincerity through his multifaceted sound, Jonah Kagen is one to watch.

Featured image by Jon Vulpine.