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Noah Cyrus has unveiled a new music video for ‘The End Of Everything’

It’s a powerful clip for the track, taken from her latest EP’s namesake
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Published: 6:06 pm, May 20, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Noah Cyrus has unveiled a new music video for ‘The End Of Everything’

Noah Cyrus has revealed a powerful new video for EP title track ‘The End Of Everything’

A simple time-lapse of what’s currently predicted for the universe from 2020 onwards, it delves through glaciers melting, black holes, what happens to earth and ultimately - what becomes of the universe. It’s a captivating watch is what we’re trying to say

Speaking about the track and video, Noah explained: “The inspiration behind this song changed my life. It’s all inspired by a time-lapse video of the universe I saw by John Boswell, who also directed my video for this song”

“For me, it really put into perspective how shortly lived our moments here as humans are. Situations from when I was younger started entering my head that I wanted to apologize for. There were people I wanted to reach out to that I hadn’t checked in on in a while. There were wrongs that I felt needed to be made right. I realized I needed to appreciate the current moment more, and to let the ones I love know I love them. The message that what we have RIGHT NOW is what matters. Nothing else”.

‘The End Of Everything’ is featured on Noah’s latest EP of the same name - released last Friday (May 15th)

Check out ‘The End Of Everything’ below:

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