Fresh off her first-ever headlining North American tour, Noah Cyrus just unveiled the video to “Mad At You,” her duet with acclaimed R&B singer GallantBillboard.com premiered the new release and wrote, “The home-movie-style video captures the uplift entwined in the song’s collaborative spirit as the two artists spend a day meandering around the city and sharing moments of support in Cyrus’ apartment.”

“Mad At You” teems with emotion from the first note, as Cyrus belts the words over a stark piano, showcasing a real fragility before Gallant joins her, and their harmonies intertwine for a heartfelt exchange. “It’s no easy task to rise to the emotionally-demanding heights of the song, but as two of the most forthcoming young artists whose songwriting is defined by their innermost vulnerabilities, Cyrus and Gallant continue to lift each other up,” said Billboard.

This song was the first release from the platinum-selling artist’s debut EP, Good Cryout now on RECORDS/Columbia.

Check out the music video for “Mad At You” below:

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