Noah Cyrus will get a hand from Dying Cab For Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard on her newest single, “Each Starting Ends,” which is accompanied by a video directed by Lance Bangs (Nirvana, Pavement). “Each Starting Ends” comes from Cyrus’ upcoming debut studio album, The Hardest Half, due out on Sept. 16.
The brand new track was recorded at Gibbard’s Seattle studio. “I’ve all the time been such an enormous fan, so it was fairly formidable to get within the room with him, however as soon as we started working all of it got here very naturally,” Cyrus says of the expertise. “We talked about previous relationships, failed relationships, our dad and mom’ relationships and relationships which have lasted without end. He informed me his dad has a saying: ‘it’s important to get up and select to like somebody on daily basis,’ and it sparked this conversational track concerning the twilight of a relationship and the reluctance to confess that one thing has run its course. I relate to that in some ways, not solely with me, but additionally simply with my dad and mom’ relationship. Writing about that gave me extra understanding.”
The Hardest Half was produced by Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Wolf Alice). “Mike and I have been so pushed and totally engulfed within the music,” Cyrus says of the collaboration. “It was seamless — our brains related into one.I discovered a secure place to make music with individuals I like and belief.”
Cyrus’ first North American headlining tour begins Oct. 4 in Phoenix and contains appearances on the Austin Metropolis Limits competition.