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Miley Cyrus’ ‘Angels Like You’ Music Video Shares Powerful Message About COVID-19 Vaccines

Miley Cyrus dropped a music video for her single ‘Angels Like You’. In it, she takes a step forward with live music while giving the public a powerful message about COVID-19 vaccines.

Miley Shared it on Instagram

On the release date of the music video, Miley took over to Instagram to share more information about it. “Angels Like You video OuT NoW! Shot on 2/7/21 at #TikTokTailgate , the first outdoor covid compliant concert of its size since the pandemic changed our lives forever. I never would have thought when I wrote “Angels” that the first time I would be performing this song or shooting a music video would be in a time like this.

She continued, “It’s been almost a year without live music, I desperately miss the connection it brings. I miss hearing your voices ring out in harmony with my own, I miss YOU. With vaccines becoming more available, the dream of us all being reunited is getting closer to becoming a reality. We just have to do our part, hope you love what I have made for you & that you feel for just these few minutes that you were here in the crowd at the show with us. Soon…. ?”

The Full Message in the Music Video

The full message included at the end of the music video states: “On February 7th 2021, nearly a year after the world shut down because of COVID-19; this video was shot at the first concert of its size since the pandemic changed our lives. The audience here is fully vaccinated health care workers who have been fearlessly + tirelessly fighting COVID-19. We all look forward to being together again + this can happen sooner than we might have thought with vaccines becoming more available. Each of us can help stop the pandemic by being vaccinated. Together we can make the experience of live music a reality again. Forever yours – Miley.”

In the video, Miley shows that it is possible to have live music in our lives again. All health care workers in the video are fully vaccinated, wearing masks, and socially distant; showing that this might be what the future for live shows will look like.

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[…] Super Bowl LVI music fest has announced its headliners for the 2022 edition of the event. So far, Miley Cyrus, Machine Gun Kelly, Green Day, Halsey, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Mickey Guyton are among the […]

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