Noah Cyrus has revealed details about her mental health struggles and her upcoming album, which is all about exploring her emo side.
While speaking to L’Officiel, Cyrus revealed that she identifies as an emo, and has in the past DJ’ed an emo night in Los Angeles before. Her new music will be following the same theme as well.
Cyrus said, “Yeah, this next series of my art and my music is going to be an exploration of a more ‘emo’ side for sure. I think that probably stems from growing up with Trace Cyrus in my house because he was the king of emo.”
Trace is Noah’s brother and the lead for Metro Station.
Cyrus also opened up about depression and wanting her music to help people be able to feel however they want. She said, “This EP is mostly just about how my emotions have been, and about my anxiety, and about how I’ve been struggling with depression, and how it’s okay to feel those feelings.”
She added, “A lot of people like to judge you, and make fun of you on the Internet, and people make you feel crazy whenever you’re in a depression or having anxiety or having a panic attack. It’s about that and being sad and having your emotions and not being able to ignore the feelings you’re having.”
Cyrus’ debut song was called Make Me Cry. It was a collaboration with Labrinth and was released in 2016. Since then, she has released Again and Stay Together and will now be releasing her EP.
The release date and title of her EP has not yet been announced.
Watch the music video for Make Me Cry below: