Miley Cyrus & Mark Ronson Perform “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” on The Graham Norton Show
- British DJ Mark Ronson and American singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus appeared on The Graham Norton Show, where the pair performed their new song “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” for the first time on TV.
The song was released on November 29 from Mark Ronson's upcoming fifth studio album "Late Night Feelings", which is set be released in March 2019.
The album is his first LP in four years since the UK No. 1 album "Uptown Special".
The track was written by Miley Cyrus, Mark Ronson, Thomas Brenneck, Conor Szymanski, Ilsey Juber, Maxime Picard and Clement Picard.
They told Graham Norton how they have contacted each other. "Mark Ronson stalking Miley Cyrus for four years," Mark Ronson said. "I got her number; I don't know if it was legal or not. I started texting her. I just said, 'Hey, if you ever want to make some music' ... four days went by, nothing."
"This is the part I don't remember. I feel like I must've sent an emoji, at least," Miley Cyrus said. "Any time before this would have not been right, and any time after this would have been too far away. I think it's perfect timing with this song, at the time that it's out in the world."
- Also, Miley Cyrus joined in Mark Ronson's live at Club Heartbreak at G-A-Y in Soho in London for a surprise appearance on December 7.
The duo performed “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart”, “Wrecking Ball” and a cover of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene”.
Both of Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson will appear as the musical guests on Saturday Night Live, performing the song “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” on December 15th.
Mark Ronson has been nominated for his first Golden Globe, with "Shallow" from "A Star Is Born" nabbing a best original song - motion picture nomination.
Mark Ronson said, "I'm actually in England, so it was kind of a civilized time, because you always see these people: 'I woke up, my agent was yelling into my answering machine at 5 in the morning!' This was a little more, like, civilized hour, but it was still so exciting."
"I mean, I love this song," he continues. "Like, I really do. I can say that. I have distance from songs; I know some things I've done are pretty good, some things are mediocre, some things are really good. That song ['Shallow'] always felt pretty special just because of where it was in her voice and the emotion and what she was trying to say for the film."
- source : BBC