The GRAMMY Award-nominated multiplatinum Nashville-born and Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Noah Cyrus makes her Splendour in the Grass debut. Emerging in 2016 at the age of 16, Noah Cyrus immediately captivated audiences with platinum singles Make Me (Cry) [feat. Labrinth] and Again [feat. XXXTENTACION]. She teamed up with Australian collaborator PJ Harding for the People Don’’t Change EP in 2021. Along the way, she performed at Coachella twice, while Billboard named her among its “21 Under 21” for three consecutive years. Now Noah has stepped into herself on her 2022 full-length, debut album, The Hardest Part. She has dramatically expanded her sonic palette, overseeing arrangements, emphasising the incorporation of instruments such as pedal steel and slide guitar. The result is a body of work that is light years beyond anything she’s done before and firmly places Noah Cyrus in the upper echelon of contemporary singer-songwriters.
”I’m starting to get comfortable with who I am,” she has said. “I’m excited to be learning and growing; I’m practicing loving and nurturing myself. The Hardest Part has been a long time coming, and I needed to pour everything I had into it. Making this album was one of the happiest times of my entire life, and in a lot of ways saved it. I’m really hopeful for this next chapter.” Noah Cyrus opens for Scottish superstar Lewis Capaldi on his Australian tour this July, as well as hitting the stage at Splendour.