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Noah Cyrus + PJ Harvey Drop ‘Snow In LA’: Look + Listen

On Thursday (11.17,) Noah Cyrus and PJ Harding delivered ‘Snow in LA,’ their latest collaboration that reflects the traditional sounds of a Christmas carol whilst addressing climate change and “the lies grown-ups tell.”

Written by Cyrus and Harding (who also produced the song), ‘Snow ..,’ delivers a somber warning hidden under a slow guitar and heavy bells rhythm line.

In a statement to Rolling Stone the musical duo wrote “‘Snow in LA’ is a dark Christmas song for what feels like a pretty dark time.” “It’s reminiscent of traditional Christmas carols (with all their reverence and hope) but contrasted by images of catastrophic climate change and looming fascism that represent so many of our fears for the future.” 

Cyrus’s debut EP, Good Cry (2018,) was a melange of moody, alternative/R&B that reflected the loneliness she felt at the time. In 2020 Miley’s younger singer delivered The End of Everything, that included songs like “July” that spoke of heartbreak and change (the updated version of which featured Leon Bridges and hit the Hot 100, which led to a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.)

Following her Grammy nod, Noah collaborated with Harding on People Don’t Change, a collection of six songs that furthered her exploration into themes of loss and spirituality. and her latest album, The Hardest Part, was released in September.

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Author: Saul Goode

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