“This song and the way everything came together means so much to me,” says Cyrus. “The [single] cover is actually a photo of my grandparents who met on a Monday, got married on Friday and were together for 29 years until my grandpa passed away when my mom was 19. I wrote this song for someone I love very much and my Mammie and Glenmore inspired so much of it.”
“It’s easy to get lost in the bubble of any close relationship. After two years of my own marriage, I’ve seen things start to evolve and change – you have your little fights maybe your moments where you don’t appreciate that other person as much as you should,” says MAX. “‘Team’ is about making sure that you remind yourself it is always you and the people you love the most against the world. You find strength and passion in the people that are on your team. You have their back forever no matter what.”
Cyrus, the 18-year old rising pop star, opened for Katy Perry on her U.S. tour and she recently sold out her first Los Angeles show at the Troubadour in mere minutes. She once again made an appearance at Coachella, for the second year in a row, this time joining Alan Walker for “All Falls Down.” Cyrus’ star began to shine in 2017, as her debut single with Labrinth “Make Me (Cry)” went straight to #1 on Spotify’s Viral Global Chart within hours of release, and has since surpassed 420 million global audio and video streams. Her follow up songs, “Stay Together,” “Almost Famous,” and “Again” have continued to rack up streams and views and her budding fanbase grows daily. Her forthcoming album is due later this year on RECORDS/Columbia.