Noah Cyrus - the talented sister of Miley Cyrus and daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus - has announced her first record. Her debut album, The Hardest Part, will be released July 15.
As a teaser for what's to come, she's shared a new single, "I Burned LA Down." It's a break-up ballad partly inspired by the lurking anxiety of California wildfires. “Living in California, you’re constantly living with this dread of wildfire season,” Cyrus said in a statement. “At the time, I was reeling from my breakup, and Caldor was dominating the news. All this internal, emotional pain I was feeling was intertwined with the anxiety around this out-of-control fire and climate change in general.”
In a statement, Cyrus called “I Burned LA Down” the “perfect introduction” to her album, which she worked on with producer Mike Crossey. Previously, he has collaborated with Arctic Monkeys and Wolf Alice.
“I found a safe place to make music with people I love and trust. The process was really healing for me,” she said. “For the first time, I’m revealing my complete and honest truth.”
The new song also comes with a music video showcasing both the beauty and destruction of wildfires, with Cyrus amid the flames. The visual was directed by experimental creative studio Actual Objects.
Cyrus' debut LP has been long-awaited by fans. She first popped onto the music scene in 2016, when she released the single "Make Me (Cry)," featuring vocals from Labrinth. Most recently, Cyrus released People Don’t Change, a collaborative EP with the Australian singer-songwriter PJ Harding.
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Watch the "I Burned LA Down" music video below.
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