Followers are so near lastly having fun with Miley Cyrus‘ eighth studio album, Limitless Summer season Trip, and the singer has been teasing her subsequent single, “River.”
In a clip shared on Wednesday (March 8) from her upcoming Disney+ particular Limitless Summer season Trip (Yard Periods), the 30-year-old star gave a glimpse into the inspiration behind the monitor. “It was a time in my life where I was going through just a lot emotionally and personally,” she revealed. “All of my songs evolve. They can start as something that was a trouble, like, it just feels like it’s an April shower, it never stops raining and then it started raining down love.”
On the finish, Cyrus will get cheeky and says, “‘River,’ sometimes we just need a dance floor banger a.k.a. they don’t want me to talk about the fact the song is about [bleep]. It’s f—ing nasty.”
Earlier this week, the singer teased “River” with a 13-second, black-and-white teaser by which she’s seen together with her hair blowing within the wind as guitars and triumphant keyboards swell to introduce the music’s title in a screen-filling, blocky, font.
The follow-up to Cyrus’ 2020 LP Plastic Hearts was recorded in Los Angeles with producers Child Harpoon, Greg Kurstin, Mike WiLL Made-It and Tyler Johnson. The “Midnight Sky” singer describes Limitless Summer season Trip as a love letter to L.A. that showcases the arrogance she’s discovered since specializing in her psychological and bodily well-being. The LP is led by Cyrus’ empowering lead single and Billboard Sizzling 100 chart topper, “Flowers.”
Watch Cyrus speak “River” under.