Eighteen-year-old Noah Cyrus made her Twin Cities debut at the Varsity Theater early this week on her first-ever headlining tour for her debut EP, Good Cry. While I got to the venue late during the opener Maty Noyes, I had to ask myself, “Is this Noah already?” looking and sounding almost just like her from the back of the crowd.
With only six tracks on her EP Noah incorporated a wide array of covers into her set from a fun energetic version of M.I.A’s Paper Planes along with an acoustic version of Hozier’s Take Me To Church, and even a tribute cover of SAD! dedicated to her late friend and co-collaborator XXXTentacion.
Following in her older sister Miley Cyrus’ footsteps Noah launched her music career in 2016 and has since toured in support of Katy Perry’s world tour along with releasing singles with well-known artists such as XXXTentacion and Marshmello. With soothing electronic pop sounds to acoustic melodic vibes, Noah’s EP is impressive for her first time around. It’s clear to see music and performing comes naturally for her coming from a family of musicians and performers it’s undoubtedly in her DNA.