PJ Harding & Noah Cyrus Release New EP “People Don't Change”: Streaming
- Australian singer-songwriter PJ Harding and American singer-songwriter Noah Cyrus released their collaboration EP “People Don't Change” on April 23, 2021 via RECORDS/RCA Records.
The EP comprises of 6-track, produced by PJ Harding.
PJ Harding and Noah Cyrus said of the EP, “Things don't always work out the way you plan and we've discovered that's something for the best. This project was completely impossible to imagine just 2 years ago. That two people from such different worlds, separated by time and vast amounts of space could connect so deeply and immediately feels kind of cosmic to us. And that unlikely connection has produced some of the most beautiful and meaningful music either of us has ever been a part of.”
They continued, “This EP was born in a very difficult time, not just for us but for the world, and its creation was a source of focus, comfort and heading for us both. We really hope that People Don't Change can be a litter of that for those who do us the honor of listening. Thank you to everyone who has supported us along the way. we love this record and could be more excited to share it with you!”
- PJ Harding shared on social media, “I'm so proud of this body of work and what Noah and I have been able to achieve in the midst of some pretty crazy shit. These are some of my favourite songs ever and I feel incredibly blessed to have been able to make this music during this time. In addition to being a great friend, Noah is an amazing artist and one of my favourite voices in the world and being able to write and sing these songs with her is a massive honour for me. She's the real deal and very deserving of all the accolades coming her way!
Noah Cyrus shared, “This EP started with PJ and I on a zoom Set 1. We had the intention of creating a project, but I had no idea that I'd write my favorite collection of songs I'd ever written in my entire life. dude, I can't thank you enough for not only being the most amazing cowriter but big brother, best friend, producer, therapist lol and confidant. You wear a lot of hats. At the end of the day, none of this would be possible without you and your endless dedication to this project and our friendship. I had my heart broken in so many ways this past year. losing my grandmother being the hardest one and this EP was there for me every step of the way. YOU were there for me. i've never been able to confide in someone like I do you. to be able to turn our individual pain, hope, and fears into something beautiful has been one of my favorite accomplishments i've made as a musician this far in my career. i'm so proud of this ep and the hard fucking work put in by Pj and myself. to be able to look at something i've done and be happy with it is an accomplishment on its own for me. so to feel the way i feel with the project being out is really hard to describe.”
- source : Spotify