She is one of the most searched artists in internet history with over 160 million digital platform subscribers and over three billion video views. And in the brand new music video for the album's title track, Cyrus explains exactly what it means to age backwards.
The singer, 24, premiered the title track off her forthcoming album early Friday morning, along with the accompanying music video that was directed by Diane Martel and co-directed by Cyrus. It will also include previously released songs "Inspired" and "Malibu". "But it got to a point where I did feel sexualised". If these two singles have excited you about the upcoming music from Miley, you only have to wait until the last week of September.
Her new album - also titled Younger Now - will be dropping on 29 September.
Miley Cyrus is feeling "Younger Now". You can hear it play out down below that tracklist.
Both the single and video find Cyrus balancing her pop and newfound country instincts, with the singer emulating country legends like Johnny Cash, Porter Wagoner and Elvis Presley, right down to her pompadour and custom-made Nudie suits. The music video has garnered nearly 300 million views on Vevo and the song has generated 275 million streams and 4.4 million track equivalents worldwide.
You can download Miley's new song off of iTunes here. It supports them and shows us how they fill our world with colors. I'm sure you are going to love the MV.