Miley Cyrus: 'Younger Now' Stream, Lyrics, & Download

Danny Woods
August 18, 2017

For the past few months, Miley has been teasing her new music saying that it's very different from the past albums she's released.

Miley Cyrus really came through for fans last night (August 17), dropping a new single called "Younger Now" and the cover of her similarly-titled 6th LP. She went on to sign a recording contract with Hollywood Records - and her debut studio album Meet Miley Cyrus (2007) was certified triple-platinum.

In the "50s-themed video, she pays tribute to Elvis by styling her hair in a quiff, recreating the famous 'puppet show/Wooden Heart" scene from 'G.I.

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Update: Cyrus has also shared a video for the track. See its artwork and tracklist below.

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 song itself is just as introspective and thoughtful as her previous singles from the Younger Now album, "Malibu" and "Inspired", and follows through on the promise that this album would be much more about love and unity than anything else.

But if we focus on the lyrics, the song feels like Miley is commenting on her days of Bangrez and Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz.

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