Noah Cyrus’ “Stay Together” Is A Song Of The Summer Contender
Noah Cyrus is on a roll. The 17-year-old’s debut single, “Make Me (Cry),” cracked the top 50 and racked up more than 100 million Spotify streams. She should have even more success with the follow-up. Produced by Digital Farm Animals and Hudson Mohawke, “Stay Together” is a raucous, rebellious anthem with a massive sing-along chorus. “I drank straight to my head, I went outside to smoke a cigarette,” the song begins. “And I shattered my phone on the cement, but I don’t give a fuck.”
The track, which is a perfect snapshot of teen restlessness and carpe-diem spirit, really takes off on the woah-littered chorus. “Nothing lasts forever but wouldn’t it be nice to stay together for the night,” Noah coos. “We can do whatever, as long as we’re together then we’re gonna be alright.” It’s rowdy, relatable and very catchy. At this rate, NC-17 is shaping up to be quite a debut album. You can stream “Stay Together” below from midnight tonight (EST). It’s a definite Song Of The Summer contender.