Miley Cyrus will launch her new single, ‘Midnight Sky’, on August 14, as she told her fans the wait on brand-new music is lastly over.
Miley Cyrus will launch her brand-new single on August 14.
The 27-year-old vocalist has actually revealed she will be dropping a new track entitled ‘Midnight Sky’ on Friday (14.08.20), as she informed fans the wait is finally over.
She tweeted this week: ”I know it feels like you’ve been waiting forever and ever …. but no more….. She is finally here.
”My new single MIDNIGHT SKY. AUGUST 14th. PRE SAVE NOW.
‘ Midnight Sun’ will be Miley’s very first release for 2020, and will follow 2019 her release the tracks ‘Mother’s Daughter’ – which formed part of her 2019 EP ‘She Is Coming’ – and ‘Slide Away’, which is anticipated to feature on her approaching seventh studio album, ‘She Is Miley Cyrus’.
Miley also teamed up with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey in 2019 for the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ track ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’, and launched a song entitled ‘On a Roll’ under her Ashley O pseudonym.
The brand-new track comes as Miley just recently teased a possible partnership with Dua Lipa when they both shared a series of snaps with producer Andrew Watt – who has actually worked on records for the likes of Post Malone and Ozzy Osbourne – which sent out fans into overdrive.
Miley captioned the post on her Instagram:” Dua has heard what you haven’t …”. And the 24-year-old pop star commented:” they are innnnn for a TREAT!!!! (sic)”.
Over on her own account, Dua simply wrote” bromance” under the pictures.
The teasers from the pair come after Miley teased fans will see the “real” her in her approaching music.
She shared a clip from the video for her 2008 single ‘Start All Over’ as she hinted a brand-new release is on the way.
She tweeted: ”Meet Miley Cyrus….. again. #SheIsComing #ButForRealThisTime (sic)”
‘She Is Miley Cyrus’ doesn’t have a release date yet, as although Miley has said she’s finished working on the record, she didn’t ”feel appropriate” sharing her music in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.