Noah Cyrus Pronounces Debut Album, ‘The Hardest Half,’ Will get Engulfed in Flames in ‘I Burned LA Down’ Video


After releasing a trio of EPs over the previous 4 years, Noah Cyrus has lastly introduced the title of her long-awaited full-length debut album, The Hardest Half. In an Instagram put up on Friday morning (April 8), the singer revealed that the gathering will drop on Columbia Data on July 15 whereas additionally debuting the video for the emotional ballad “I Burned LA Down.”



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“I’ m so happy with this track and video. there’s nothing i really like greater than writing such private, significant music with individuals i really like,” Cyrus wrote within the put up in regards to the clip for the acoustic tear-jerker, which finds her donning a blood purple costume and matching face masks and a flowing black gothic robe as she stands amid the flames and floating embers of a burning barn.

“You left a gap in my chest while you left/And my coronary heart adopted you out the door/ And I stood and bled within the corridor, watched all of it/ And the mess that it left on the ground If I gave you much less, would you need me extra?/ And you can’ve stated something in any respect,” Cyrus sings over finger-picked guitar and galloping drums on the tune about desirous to tear all of it down.

“Oh, I want I hadn’t burned this metropolis down/ ‘Trigger you didn’t care, you didn’t care/ Yeah, I burned LA down and also you left me there/ Oh, you left me there,” she croons on the sad-eyed refrain of the tune that mingles damaged hearts with the simmering wildfire nervousness any Californian can relate to.

Cyrus has been priming the pump for her debut full-length with a sequence of three EPs, which started with 2018’s Good Cry, adopted by 2020’s The Finish of Every thing and final yr’s Folks Don’t Change. The latter was a collaboration with Australian singer PJ Harding, who gushed about working with Cyrus once more on her full-length album.

“‘I Burned LA Down’ by my genius buddy @noahcyrus is out in every single place now! We wrote this collectively from reverse ends of the pacific and I couldn’t be prouder of it,” Harding stated in an Instagram put up that additionally shouted out the track’s producer, Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, The 1975). “Working with Noah on this album has been such an enormous privilege. It’s a tremendous physique of labor and I can’t wait for everybody to listen to it!”

Cyrus additionally had excessive reward for each Harding and Crossey in her put up, in addition to the observe’s drum arranger, Chris Bond, saying it was “such a dream as i’ve admired chris’ work for yeeeeeeaaaaarrrrsss.”

Watch the “I Burned LA Down” video and skim Cyrus’ put up under.


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