Miley Cyrus released this Monday a new song with her little sister Noah called “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus.” We'd already heard her sing it as a solo in her unplugged Backyard Sessions over the summer. Today they present the song to us as collaboration and it is already available on all platforms. Keep reading to find out more.
- The famous 27-year-old singer Miley Cyrus presented this Monday through her Instagram account a new song in which she collaborates with her little sister Noah.
- The 20-year-old singer also shared it on her social networks and appreciated the opportunity to sing with her older sister for the first time.
- She assures that there will be more, and was very proud of the work they did.
The cover of the single is very cute. In it, you can see them both walking through the field holding hands.
Screenshot from Miley Cyrus Instagram post
The sweet photo was taken by their mother Tish Cyrus at the family home in Nashville.
Fans are very happy with the new release and thrilled with the “Wrecking Ball” singer being so musically active lately.
The two unveiled the live stripped down duet version of Noah’s song “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus,” which they first performed together during last week’s MTV Unplugged Presents Miley Cyrus Backyard Sessions.
“No one knows how happy and excited miley and i are to be releasing something TOGETHER for our VERY FIRST TIME!!!!” Noah wrote on Instagram. “and it’s NOT the last. thank you sissy for singing with me and as always making it sound nothing but effortlessly beautiful.”
The original version of the song appeared on Noah’s EP The End of Everything, which was released in May.
Last week, Miley announced her new album, Plastic Hearts, will be out November 27.
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Of course, Miley Cyrus should be on the list since her song “Midnight Sky” already has more than 2 million copies sold worldwide.
Beyond question the new song “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” speaks of hope in the difficult times that run.
We look forward to a new collaboration between sisters.
Meanwhile, we leave the song for you to enjoy.