Noah Cyrus Drops Music Video For Her Newest Single "All Three"

Noah Cyrus Drops Music Video For Her Newest Single "All Three"

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Noah Cyrus Drops Music Video For Her Newest Single "All Three"

"But darling if I could / I would fall for somеone good / Someone good for mе / But we're suckers for the thrill / Playing fuck, marry, and kill / Honey, we're all three."

"But darling if I could / I would fall for somеone good / Someone good for mе / But we're suckers for the thrill / Playing fuck, marry, and kill / Honey, we're all three."

Text: Valerie Stepanova

Last week, singer-songwriter Noah Cyrus dropped a new single dubbed "All Three." Now, we are here with an official music video for the gorgeous ballad.

In the new song, Noah talks about how relationships are just like the silly game "Screw, Marry, Kill" and how love makes a person want to do all three to their significant other. The tune is accompanied by a sultry music video that almost makes it hard to focus on the actual lyrics of the song.

"But darling if I could / I would fall for somеone good / Someone good for mе / But we're suckers for the thrill / Playing fuck, marry, and kill / Honey, we're all three."

After taking a first listen to the track, the fans clearly could not get enough:

The new single follows Noah's recent North American RIAA Double Platinum certification for her global hit 'July,' which continues to grow, amassing an impressive 750 million combined streams to date. The track also reached Triple Platinum in Australia, Canada and Ireland. 'July' comes in as a part of her critically acclaimed 2020 EP release titled The End Of Everything, now available on all music streaming platforms.

Check out the newly released music video for "All Three" below:

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