The song for the day is All Three by Noah Cyrus. As a member of the Cyrus family, her talent does not really come as a surprise to us. What’s surprising is that despite her background, she is able to make music that sets her apart from her family. If anything, she only proves that she deserves her Best New Artist nomination at the Grammys. In All Three, she gave us everything we wanted and more.
From beginning to finish, ‘All Three’ showcased a vulnerability and depth in Noah’s character that not only made this song relatable but also strengthened her credibility as a vocalist and songwriter. In her vocals for the track, she did not simply sing, she conversed with us. She made us feel like we’re the ones the song is directed to. In a matter of few lines, she has opened our hearts and in there, started tearing us apart. And her way of relaying the message was by using the game “fvck, marry or kill” for symbolism, hence the title of the track.
It may be that the song is about being stuck with one person even if that means being in a toxic environment. In the chorus, the youngest Cyrus tells that if she could, she would fall for someone actually good for her but she has her own flaws that draw her into the pain. Throughout the song the theme of a binary relationship could be observed like when she sings “you’re my nemesis, “you’re my best friend” or “i really hate when you say you love me.” What can we say? We love who love, Noah, even if they are toxic. We’re human and flaw is in our nature.
In terms of production, it is very obvious that the track was properly mixed. The acoustic guitar was layered with an ethereal bass, drums and vocals. In many regards, the track exudes the energy of its potential of becoming number 1 (it already is for us). But what really stood out are the bridge and last chorus, and that’s a lot for us to say since the track’s verses are excellent too. When the bridge comes in, the track becomes many times more powerful and Noah going for those higher notes in the last chorus added more emotion to the song.
It is true, ‘All Three’ by Noah Cyrus deserves to be number 1. However, it may not be very likely since it’s been more than a month since it was released. But who knows? Maybe when the society discovers such a hidden gem, we would have a better world—when excellence is not underrated anymore.
I’ve got scars and yes, you left them
You left but always still around (Oh, oh)
You’re my nemesis, you’re my best friend
(We) Nearly walk on common groundretrieved from (https://genius.com/Noah-cyrus-all-three-lyrics)
BEST TIME TO LISTEN: ALL DAY, EVERY DAY
VERDICT: Listen-Worthy, like 7 billion streams should suffice
Did you cry to the song? Did you feel something else? Tell us! We’d love to hear from you 🙂