Miley Cyrus has opened up about why she’s struggled with the demands of touring in her career, saying it’s not healthy for me.”
In a new series of interviews for TikTok titled “Used To Be Young,” posted yesterday (August 27) following the release of his new self-titled song, the pop star opened up about the various reasons he finds that aspect of his life. to be a music artist
In May it was confirmed that Cyrus would be taking a break from touring, saying that “singing to hundreds of thousands of people is not my thing.”
The mixed response from fans led her to clear up the misunderstanding on social media, writing, “For clarity, I feel connected to my fans NOW more than ever.”
In the new interview clip, Cyrus explains that “what people don’t really understand about touring” is that “the show is only 90 minutes long, but that’s your life.”
Used To Be Young (Series) – PART 6
♬ He used to be young – Miley Cyrus
And he continues: “If you perform at a certain level of intensity and excellence, there needs to be an equal amount of recovery and rest.
“There’s a level of ego that has to play a role, which I think is overused when I’m on tour and when it gets complicated, it’s hard to turn it off. And I think when you’re train your ego every night. be active, that’s the hardest change for me to turn off.”
He also said that “every day, the relationship between you and others to be ‘subject’ and ‘observer’, which is not healthy for me.”
The singer continued: “Because it destroys my humanity and my connection. And without my humanity and my connection, I can’t be a songwriter, and that’s my priority.”
In the separate social post in May, Cyrus insisted that “performing for YOU has been some of the best days of my life and we will continue this journey together as we have for almost two decades last year.”
“This has nothing to do with disrespecting the fans and everything to do with me not wanting to prepare in a locker room. That’s the reality of life on the road,” he said.
On the other hand, Cyrus revealed that she was “thinking about Adele” when she wrote ‘Used To Be Young’.
He also recently discussed his 2013 public spat with Sinéad O’Connor to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of his song ‘Wrecking Ball’.