An American-citizen raised in the heart of the Canadian prairies, award-winning roots / Americana singer-songwriter Noah Derksen writes with the groundedness of harsh Manitoba winters mixed with the failed optimism of the American Dream. He currently lives in the West Broadway neighbourhood of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Noah has been steadfastly working on a third full-length album, teaming up again with JUNO-award winning producer Murray Pulver. The album follows the arc of love, from start to finish. The first single—Maybe Next Year—is out September 29th on AWAL. This release is a follow up to Noah’s 2019 album America, Dreaming. Produced by Murray Pulver and featuring artwork by another JUNO winner Roberta Landreth, the album explores Noah’s identity as an American-citizen and how this has changed over time. The album earned him a 2021 Canadian Folk Music Award for Emerging Artist of the Year. Plus, Noah's got long, flowing auburn hair and a twinkle in his eye. What's not to love?