A year ago, Miley Cyrus completed her inevitable reconversion back into a cowboy pop rocker (Taylor Swift, you're the next) via Younger Now 2015 Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz and 2013 Bangerz ). Now she is taking her next step.
Her first new release since last year's Rootsy, Courteous Album is a violin-filled collaboration with Mark Ronson named "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart," which was announced in 19459006 [Social] media earlier this week in a fluttering emojis broken heart. Jamie XX, along with the Picard brothers, provided additional production for the track. It was co-written by Ronson, Cyrus, Ilsey Juber, Thomas Brenneck, the Picard brothers and Conor Rayne Syzmanski.
Even though it seems to be more Ronson than Cyrus and will appear on his upcoming album with "sad bangers", it is in line with her screenplay for a "mature" image. Ronson and Cyrus will release their song on 1
The music video shows Cyrus walking in front of the cops, passing a young girl using a gun and using a knee to a football player. It was filmed in Kiev (Ukraine) and directed by WAFLA (We Are From LA) and produced by Romain Gravas, known for his work with M. I. A. Jay-Z and Kanye West. Ronson called the title (his first main artist release since Uptown Special ) the beginning of his "Heartbreak era". His new album will also include Lykke Li and King Princess.
Cyrus spent some time in the studio with Ryan Adams, was subdued by Dev Hynes, performed at the Grammys with Elton John, and sued for "We Can not Stop" by a reggae artist. She is also one of the Malibu residents who have lost their children's homes to Woolsey Wildfire.
Listen down "Nothing breaks like a heart".
"Nothing breaks like a heart" is now out.