Miley Cyrus presents “Angels like you”, new single from “Plastic Hearts”

Miley Cyrus launches her new single: “Angels like you” is available from Friday 9 April in radio and digital rotation.

The official video of the song (CLICK HERE) was shot on February 7 on the occasion of his performance at Super Bowl, the first major US live event compliant with security protocols Covid-19, almost a year after the start of the pandemic. The audience was in fact made up of fully vaccinated health workers, people who fought on the front lines against the Coronavirus.

“On February 7, 2021, almost a year after the cessation of activities caused by the Covid-19, this video was recorded at the first large concert since the pandemic changed our lives. The audience, fully vaccinated, was made up of health workers, who fought hard and tirelessly against the virus “, he declares Miley Cyrus in a note in the video at minute 3:17. “We all hope to be together again soon and that this can happen sooner than we can imagine thanks to one greater availability of vaccinesthe. Each of us, by getting vaccinated, can do our part to stop the pandemic. Together we can make live music a reality again ”.

As the previous “Midnight sky”, the new single “Angels like you” is taken from the album “Plastic hearts”, seventh album of the career of Miley Cyrus, which debuted at # 1 on Billboard’s “Top Rock Albums” chart. It is the first album by the artist to have reached this important milestone and the sixth to reach the top of the Billboard chart. The album also debuted at # 2 on the Billboard 200, making Miley the female artist of this century with the most Top 10 debuts on the chart.

“Plastic Hearts” contains 12 songs, including collaborations with Billy Idol, Joan Jett and Dua Lipa. In the deluxe version the album includes the critically acclaimed covers “Heart of Glass” (Blondie) and “Zombie” (The Cranberries) and the track “Edge Of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix)” feat. Stevie Nicks.

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