NOAH CYRUS RELEASES READY TO GO
TAKEN FROM FORTHCOMING DEBUT ALBUM ‘THE HARDEST PART,’ OUT SEPTEMBER 16
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Noah Cyrus has released yet another spellbinding track taken from her forthcoming debut album ‘The Hardest Part,’ set for release on September 16 [RECORDS/Columbia Records].
Produced by Tommy English and Mike Crossey, ‘Ready To Go’ details the demise of a broken relationship, as Noah succumbs to the realization it’s over. Noah shares: “I call this song “July’s sister song” due to their similarity in lyrics, but in actuality, they’re really more like cousins. They’re about different people, entirely different storylines, and each brings up different memories and emotions. In a way, I see a lot of growth in myself from who I was then and who I am now, but at the same time it’s still impossible for me to walk away from people I love, even when it’s harmful to myself.” Last week, Noah joined Zane Lowe on his Apple Music show, New Music Daily to discuss the track.
Listen to ‘Ready To Go’ BELOW.
For the first time, Noah has released a truly auto-biographical body of work, baring her heart, exploring deeply personal issues from destructive relationships, severe addiction family and the devastating death of a loved one. Brutally honest, The Hardest Part, is a testament to Noah Cyrus as one of Gen Z’s most compelling songwriters, full of heart, honesty, intellect, nuance and soul. Noah has lived every song, and the embers of her experiences burn bright over a soundtrack steeped in pop spirit, folk eloquence, and the country soul of her Nashville roots. Poring every inch of her soul into this record, the 22-year-old over-saw the arrangements and played multiple instruments on the record, working side by side with producer Mike Crossey [Arctic Monkeys, Ben Howard, The 1975, Wolf Alice] at the helm. “Creating the arrangements was the most fulfilling part of this record,” she shares. “Mike and I were so driven and fully engulfed in the music. It was seamless—our brains connected into one. I found a safe place to make music with people I love and trust. The process was really healing for me.” Pre-order/add/save ‘The Hardest Part’ HERE.
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June 27, 2022 10:00am ET by Murray Chalmers PR