Miley Cyrus has shared the lead single from her upcoming eighth album, ‘Countless Summer time Trip’: a breezy, groove-heavy tune titled ‘Flowers’.
Although the genre-bending artist has not explicitly confirmed who the tune is about, followers have theorised that Cyrus wrote it to mirror on her breakup with Liam Hemsworth, who she married in December of 2018 and left the next August. Most notably, the tune was launched on Hemsworth’s thirty third birthday (January 13).
Referencing the home she and Hemsworth shared – which burnt down within the 2018 Woolsey Hearth in California – Cyrus sings on the primary verse: “We have been good, we have been gold / Sort of dream that may’t be bought / We have been proper ’til we weren’t / Constructed a house and watched it burn.”
The tune as a complete, although, is in the end about Cyrus studying to like herself. “I didn’t wanna go away you / I didn’t wanna lie,” she continues within the pre-chorus, earlier than rounding off a listing of how she will be able to embrace her independence: “I can purchase myself flowers / Write my title within the sand / Discuss to myself for hours / Say stuff you don’t perceive / I can take myself dancing / And I can maintain my very own hand / Yeah, I can love me higher than you’ll be able to.”
Take a look on the accompanying music video for ‘Flowers’ under:
‘Countless Summer time Trip’ is ready to reach on March 10 by way of Columbia. Cyrus introduced the file – the follow-up 2020’s ‘Plastic Hearts’ – final week, describing it as her “love letter to LA”. In a press launch, it’s famous that the “very private” LP finds Cyrus at her “strongest and most assured”, with each the music and its accompanying imagery reflecting “the power she’s present in specializing in each her bodily and psychological well-being”.
Cyrus’ new period was ushered in final month, when posters branded “NEW YEAR, NEW MILEY” began popping up round LA. She later revealed ‘Flowers’ through the NBC occasion broadcast Miley’s New Yr’s Eve Social gathering, which she co-hosted with Dolly Parton. In a duet, the pair mashed ‘Wrecking Ball’ up with ‘I Will All the time Love You’.