Trace Cyrus Goes Solo With “Lights Out”
It’s shaping up to be a big year for the mega-talented Cyrus clan. Noah Cyrus has a Song Of The Summer contender with “Stay Together,” Miley Cyrus is working on new music and Trace Cyrus has decided to go solo. (It’s your turn next, Brandi!) The heavily-tattooed 28-year-old waves goodbye to Metro Station with new single, “Lights Out,” and it’s a brooding electronic anthem with pop hooks that also stays true to his emo sensibility. It’s also surprisingly sweet and romantic.
“Girl what’s the point if we’re just living a lie, I want you to live with me,” he begins the song. “She rocks Chanel when she’s riding in her black Benz, drunk downtown with a gang of fake friends. It all gets increasingly dramatic from there as we move towards the catchy chorus. “This west coast love affair, we break up then we make up and we do it again. Please don’t call me a friend when we turn the lights out.” Listen to Trace’s solo debut below.