The singer follows up 'Make Me (Cry)' with a track co-written with the Chainsmokers collaborator Emily Warren

By Nolan Feeney
April 14, 2017 at 11:30 AM EDT
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Noah Cyrus is done crying — now she just wants to party.

The 17-year-old just released her new song, “Stay Together,” a laid-back, slightly melancholy YOLO anthem from her upcoming debut album, NC-17. It’s the follow-up to her debut single, “Make Me (Cry),” a collaboration with British singer Labrinth that has nearly 100 million streams on Spotify.

“Stay Together” was co-produced by Digital Farm Animals (Dua Lipa, Galantis) and Hudson Mohawke (Kanye West, Anohni) and co-written by Emily Warren, who recently penned several tracks for the Chainsmokers’ debut album and appeared with them on Saturday Night Live. Thanks to the track’s piano-driven beat, relaxed tempo, and middle-fingers-up lyrics, “Stay Together” is already drawing comparisons to older sister Miley’s grown-up party jam “We Can’t Stop.”

NC-17 is expected later this year.