Noah Cyrus Unveils “Mad At You” From Her Forthcoming Good Cry EP Due September 21st

 Platinum-selling artist Noah Cyrus surprised her fans this week when she announced the long-anticipated release of her forthcoming EP, Good Cry, due September 21 on RECORDS/Columbia. Watch EP trailer HERE. “This EP is mostly just about how my emotions have been, and about my anxiety, and about how I’ve been struggling with depression, and how it’s okay to feel those feelings,” Cyrus stated. “Mad At You” is the first song from this collection and features acclaimed R&B singer Gallant.

“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.

Cyrus will embark on her first-ever headlining run this fall across the U.S. and Canada, titled “The Good Cry Tour.” The month-long run produced by Live Nation will kick off September 22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and wind through North America, ending in Portland, Ore. On October 24.

“I’ve been waiting for such a long time to travel and see my fans who have been supporting me the last couple of years. I can’t wait for them to come experience this sad girl’s dream world. We’re either gonna dance or cry the night away,” exclaimed Cyrus.

NOAH CYRUS NORTH AMERICAN TOUR
September 22                    Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.          Revolution
September 23                    Orlando, Fla.                       The Beacham Theatre
September 25                    Atlanta, Ga.*                      The Loft
September 26                    Nashville, Tenn.                Cannery Ballroom
September 28                    Baltimore, Md.                  Baltimore Soundstage
October 1                            New York, N.Y.                 Irving Plaza
October 3                            Philadelphia, Pa.               The Theatre of Living Arts
October 5                            Detroit, Mich.                   St. Andrews Hall
October 7                            Chicago, Ill.                         House of Blues
October 8                            Minneapolis, Minn.         Varsity Theater
October 10                          Dallas, Texas*                   Granada Theater
October 11                          Houston, Texas                 House of Blues
October 13                          Denver, Colo.                     Summit Music Hall
October 16                          Los Angeles, Calif.            Belasco Theatre
October 18                          San Diego, Calif.                House of Blues
October 20                          San Francisco, Calif.         August Hall
October 22                          Seattle, Wash.*                Neptune Theatre
October 23                          Vancouver, BC                   Commodore Ballroom
October 24                          Portland, Ore.*                Wonder Ballroom
*Non-Live Nation date

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