New Song: Miley Cyrus – ‘Heart of Glass’

Published: Tuesday 29th Sep 2020 by Rashad

As we reported here, Miley Cyrus may have been just one of few female big names who lined the roster of the 2020 iHeartRadio Festival alongside headliners Usher, Bon Jovi, and more but that didn’t stop her from representing for the ladies big time.

In addition to delivering a stirring rendition of her latest top 20 hit, ‘Midnight Sky,’ the GRAMMY nominee soared when she tackled Blondie‘s iconic 1979 smash, ‘Heart of Glass.’

The critical acclaim for the performance was so great the diva and team decide to master her live vocals and upload it to streaming outlets.

Hear the final product inside:

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  1. PinotNoir September 30, 2020

    She IS favoring Debbie Harris.

  2. Buzz Off September 30, 2020

    I think I’m gonna gonna like this ERA.. and Stevie Nicks already gave her , her blessings .. So 1980’s Music It is 👏🏽

  3. SuxMyCockiness September 30, 2020

    Don’t like this one, sounds too much like Karaoke. If your gonna cover a song you gotta make it unique. Midnight Sky is still a bop tho.

  4. Facts September 30, 2020

    This version sounds a little bit like drunk karaoke in a local bar. The original has breathy, soft vocals so don’t think her faux rock tones work with it well. I can imagine Sophie Ellis Bextor, or even Britney, covering Heart of Glass well.

    • Coupe September 30, 2020

      Oooooh….britney would EAT this!!!

      • city girl September 30, 2020

        britney would eat tbh. but this is still vocally a moment.

        stream adoration 🖤🌻✨

  5. kevo September 30, 2020

    Loving this era…

  6. Happy+n+Rich September 30, 2020

    Miley sang her version a little too hard. The original had an ethereal, airy quality to it.

    Listening to this song and seeing it came out in 1979 is interesting, b/c you can clearly hear early 80s new wave in it.

    And . . . Debbie Harry was 33 when this song was released. I don’t think anybody knew that at the time.

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