Noah Cyrus Releases New Single, “Every Beginning Ends”

Noah Cyrus Releases New Single, “Every Beginning Ends”

Noah Cyrus Releases New Single, “Every Beginning Ends”

The latest single and collaboration with Benjamin Gibbard primes fans for her upcoming debut album, “The Hardest Part.”

The latest single and collaboration with Benjamin Gibbard primes fans for her upcoming debut album, “The Hardest Part.”

Text: Kala Herh

If we know one thing about Noah Cyrus is that she never fails to deliver. This fall, the 22-year-old ushers in a new period of her life with her highly-anticipated debut album, The Hardest Part. Out September 16th via Columbia Records, the album sees the young singer-songwriter bare it all. Here, she talks about destructive relationships, addiction, and being true to yourself. It's an exciting new venture that Noah will also bring on the road with her as she's set to headline her own tour starting October 4th (for more details about tour dates and cities, click here). And while the project is certainly the most vulnerable and intimate we’ve seen the singer, she doesn’t stray away from her pop, country roots. For the project’s explosive beats, she teamed up with Mike Crossey (who’s previously worked with The 1975, Arctic Monkeys, and more). 

“Creating the arrangements was the most fulfilling part of this record,” she shares in a press release. “Mike and I were so driven and fully engulfed in the music. It was seamless—our brains connected into one. I found a safe place to make music with people I love and trust. The process was really healing for me.”

And to celebrate the momentous occasion, the singer released a new track today. Titled “Everything Beginning Ends,” it touches on tired romances, where the initial spark has gone out. Not only does the track see Noah flexing her ethereal vocals, but Death Cab for Cutie’s Benjamin Gibbard, too, as he lends his rich vocals. Together, the pair create a heart-wrenching country ballad that will definitely go down in the books. 

“That was such a surreal experience,” Noah shares about the collaboration. “I’ve always been such a huge fan, so it was pretty daunting to get in the room with him, but once we got to work it all came very naturally. We talked about past relationships, failed relationships, our parents’ relationships, and relationships that have lasted forever. He told me his dad has a saying: ‘You have to wake up and choose to love someone every day,’ and it sparked this conversational song about the twilight of a relationship and the reluctance to admit that something has run its course. I relate to that in many ways, not only with me, but also just with my parents’ relationship. Writing about that gave me more understanding.” 

To pre-save Noah’s debut album, click here.

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