Trace Cyrus Launches Solo Career with 'Lights Out': Listen

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Trace Cyrus of Metro Station attends Goldenvoice presents Vans Warped Tour Kick Off at Club Nokia on April 7, 2015 in Los Angeles.

Move over Billy Ray, Miley and Noah…Trace Cyrus is carving out his own solo career.

The 28-year old Metro Station backing vocalist and lead guitarist (and Miley's older bro) is stepping out on his own with the moody new single, "Lights Out." It’s slow-burner of a track with a subtle combination of pop, electronica and a dash of emo.

“What's the point if we're just a lie/Girl, I want you to live with me/She rocks Chanel when she's riding her black Benz/Drunk downtown with a gang of fake friends,” Cyrus sings on his solo debut, which he co-produced with Hadrien Vicedo.

It’s shaping as a big year for the Cyrus family. Noah's fledgling pop career is gaining momentum with her new release "Stay Together" (it's the second lifted from her forthcoming debut album NC-17) while Miley is working on new material. Dad must be proud. 

Stream the “Lights Out” lyric video below.