In his gorgeous video for his new song, the devastating, pyromaniacal ballad “I Burned LA Down,” Noah Cyrus feels the fire of deception even before the weather becomes hot.
Noé Cyrus issued an official release of “I Burned LA Down” on Friday—along with a visually spectacular video to boot—after performing the song live and kindling the flames in the hearts of his fans.
This song, a twangy pop breakup ballad featuring Noah’s amazing voice, gave many fans optimism as the first taste of his upcoming album. The accompanying video was equally visually pleasing.
As she sang in the blazing house, the young singer wore a long black dress, a crimson lace dress, and a face mask, among other outfits.
When she rode a white horse, she also wore a white bridal gown with a black breast, black elbow-length gloves, and black shoes that looked like a wedding gown.
“I Burned Down” is most likely Noah’s future album’s lead single. He tweeted an update on the project earlier this year.
“The album is finished, and all you have to do now is master it. I swear to God!! He also included a little song excerpt. Noah was born in the same country as Kacey Musgraves and Orville Peck, both of whom are well-known.
On Miley’s New Year’s Eve, Noah and his sister Miley Cyrus sang Dolly Parton’s “Jolene.” “First and foremost, Miley has been singing it for years, and she is now 25, and we filmed it years ago in Dollywood,” Dolly explained.
In an exclusive conversation with Hollywood La Vie Then there’s Noah, who is a stunning singer. And I believe the two of them are incredible together.
Dolly told Hollywood Life that Noah has achieved a lot of success on her own, and she’s happy with how she’s done it. They’re both fantastic, so I’m grateful that they took the time to sing my song.
Noah is putting up a whole discography at the age of 22. It released The End of Everything in 2020, its first big effort since 2018’s Good Scream.
According to a review by American singer-songwriter Project, Noah’s 2020 EP saw him “dig further into his inner issues, but The End of Everything is a New Beginning.”
In the songs, Noah talks about his mental health problems and embraces complicated issues to show how he sees things from a unique angle.
Noah released the People Don’t Change EP in 2021 with Australian singer-songwriter P. J. Harding. “I enjoyed the way we wrote when I met PJ, and it was my favorite song that I composed at the time,” she remarked.
I will say that again since PJ and I have collaborated on a number of tracks since then. Many people will ask, “How can you beat “July” because it was a certified hit?” Of course, July is a tough act to follow.
However, I believe that PJ and I write songs that are as good, thought-provoking, and poetic as “July.” Since July, I believe PJ and I have only grown stronger.