Miley Cyrus Once Covered The Beatles’ ‘A Day in the Life’ With a Psychedelic Rock Band

The Flaming Lips are a neo-psychedelic band who once covered all of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band for their album With a Little Help From My Fwends.

They collaborated with Cyrus and the artist New Fumes for their cover of “A Day in the Life.”

The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne discussed Cyrus’ contribution to “A Day in the Life.” “Steven Drozd and I put together that portion of the track,” he said. “I think she did it in one take. She’s so brave, and she’s fun, and she’s bada**. She can just sing, period.”

Drozd had an opinion for those comparing Miley with Britney Spears saying, “Anybody that thinks she’s in the category of Britney Spears is off,” he stated. “Miley can f sing her a** off. I don’t know Britney, but I know she’s a bit more challenged on what she can do.”

Do you think Miley sings better than Britney Spears?

 

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