Miley Cyrus does cover of “Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd


Last Saturday, Miley Cyrus he returned to surprise us with a cover of a rock legend. The pop singer appeared in the version ‘At Home’ the Saturday Night Live and she performed her version of “Wish You Were Here”theme released in 1975 by Pink Floyd.

In the past two years, Cyrus has done several covers of classic songs of the rock. During his presentation at the festival Glastonbury, sang “Nothing Else Matters” of Metallica and “Head Like a Hole” from Nine Inch Nails.

A couple of months later, on the iHeartRadio, Miley Cyrus performed “Comfortably Numb” by Pink Floyd and “Black Dog” of Led Zeppelin. Finally, shortly before the quarantine, she joined Robby Krieger, of The Doorsin the stage to give life to “Roadhouse Blues”.

Look, then, the cover of “Wish You Were Here” done by Miley Cyrus:

It comes from a collaboration with blink-182

A couple of weeks ago, it spread via the internet an audio of Miley Cyrus singing “I Really Wish I Hated You” blink-182. Mark Hoppus, bassist and vocalist of blink, explained that it was a collaboration and that the audio was a leak not authorized. Although recognizing its provenance, did not give more details about the release.