Noah Cyrus Envisages Earth’s Demise in ‘The End of Everything’ Music Video

Teaming up with filmmaker John Boswell for the time lapse promo, the ‘Make Me (Cry)’ singer reminds fans to make most out of every last second they have together.

AceShowbizNoah Cyrus is taking fans in a time lapse journey in a brand new video for “The End of Everything”. On Tuesday, May 19, the “Make Me (Cry)” singer released a beautiful visual for the title track from her recently released EP, presenting the devolution of the Earth which concludes with the eventual demise of the universe.

In an Instagram post accompanying the promo, the 20-year-old spilled that she teamed up with filmmaker John Boswell for it after being inspired by his “Timelapse of the Future” video. She explained, “I had the pleasure of working with him on this as well. I’ve never been more inspired to go and write a song based on a visual.”

The younger sister of Miley Cyrus went on to thank fellow songwriter PJ Harding a.k.a. THIEF for helping her write the track. “@thiefofficial is the only person I know that could connect with me on the level that it takes to write a song like this. (Pj i love you so much thank n you for being my musical rock lol),” she noted.

Noah went on to share the meaning behind the song itself. “Problems that seemed big became small. Your pain won’t last forever. Your fears won’t last forever. Mother Earth won’t last forever. Everyone you love is gonna’ die but darlin’ so is everything, don’t cry,” she wrote. “TIME WILL BECOME MEANINGLESS. We have to make the most out of every last second we have together. Let’s love and let’s appreciate, especially now more than ever.”

Near the end of her post, the ex-girlfriend of Lil Xan thanked her parents, Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus, for being “such a huge inspiration behind this song.” She added, “I just want to let you know that I never take one moment with you guys for granted. I love you both so much that it makes me sad but then its also so beautiful that the love we have has to end. I’ll never want it to. But it will by nature. Love you to The End of Everything and back.”

John, who directed the music video, has also taken to his Instagram account to praise Noah. “She captured this subject more elegantly in 3 minutes than I could in 30,” he shared. “We worked together on creating a custom short-form version of my original piece to fit the song, which is hauntingly beautiful, as is the rest of her EP of the same name. Thanks to Noah and her team for making me a part of this.”

Noah’s “The End of Everything” EP was released last Friday, May 15.

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