Noah Cyrus Announces Debut Album “The Hardest Part”, Shares New Song “I Burned LA Down”
- American singer-songwriter Noah Cyrus announced her debut album “The Hardest Part” would be released on July 15, 2022.
From the album, she unveiled the first single called “I Burned LA Down” along with a music video on April 8, 2022.
The track was written by PJ Harding, Noah Cyrus, and Mike Crossey, who also produced it.
The accompanying video was directed by Rick Farin, and Claire Farin.
“Living in California, you're constantly living with this dread of wildfire season,” Noah Cyrus said of the song 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.”
The new album comprises 10-track, produced by Mike Crossey and co-written by PJ Harding.
She said, “I found a safe place to make music with people I love and trust. The process was really healing for me. For the first time, I'm revealing my complete and honest truth.”
She shared on social media, “i'm so proud of this song and video. there's nothing i love more than writing such personal, meaningful music with people i love. PJ Harding writing songs with you is my favorite things to do in the whole world and Mike Crossey producing out “IBLAD” and arranging Chris Bond drums was one of my favorite parts of creating the whole album. it was such a dream as i've admired chris' work for yeeeeeeaaaaarrrrsss. thanks Actual Objects for creating such a beautiful video and representation of the song. everything i saw in my head you guys brought to life. Claire Farin Rick Farin u guys have put so much into this video and i love u both so much.”
- source : Apple Music