Miley Cyrus covers The Cranberries' Zombie in Los Angeles

Brenda Watkins
October 19, 2020

The video has revolutionized the networks, however it has not been the one Miley Cyrus, who additionally has versioning "Zombie" of The Cranberries on the pageant #SaveOurStages (#SOS).

Her forthcoming seventh studio album, She is Miley Cyrus, is scheduled for release in November this year. You can find a list of all our favourite Miley Cyrus covers here.

The Save Our Stages Fest aims to encourage donations to the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund, which directly supports vulnerable music venues during the COVID-19 pandemic. She finished the series with a functionality of her current single, "Midnight Sky'".

The singer reserved the cover of "Zombie" with simultaneous translation of Cure's "Boys Don't Cry" and her "Midnight Sky".

One fan said, "Women Can Sing Anything, Premium Zombie Cover".

Other Save Our Stages Fest shows have included Brittany Howard, Foo Fighters, G-Eazy, Rise Against, and The Roots.

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The Hanna Montana Alum shared a clip of her performance on Instagram after the show, and Riverdale Star Lili Reinhart was blown away.

Outside of her #SOSFest performance, the "Mother's Daughter" singer has been providing wonderful covers as part of her Backyard Sessions series rebooted on MTV Unplugged.

The returning pop star played MTV Unplugged on Friday, covering songs by The Cardigans, Pearl Jam, and (naturally) Britney Spears. By slowing it down and adding her own distinct rasp and Southern twang, Miley breathed new life into 2007 hit, making it sound like a new tune entirely.

Chrissy Teigen's reaction to Cyrus' performance of the classic Beatles song was in September, TwitterShe looks like a dolly angel smoking weed.

Her performance of Zombie, a song made famous by the powerful vocals and lyrics penned by the late, great Dolores O'Riordan, drew praise from fans online.

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