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Everything We Know About Miley Cyrus’ New Album Endless Summer Vacation (So Far)

Details on release date, tracklist, and more

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Miley Cyrus, photo by Brianna Capozzi

    After ringing in the new year alongside her godmother Dolly Parton — and reminding anyone who might have forgotten just how incredible of a performer she is — Miley Cyrus has confirmed new music is on the way.

    Cyrus’s forthcoming record will be her ninth studio album, following 2020’s rock-tinged Plastic Hearts. With festival appearances over the past few years, she has continued to prove how versatile she is as a vocalist, solidifying herself as a modern cover queen and often going full rock star onstage.

    While we don’t yet have too much of a preview on the vibe of the upcoming album, listeners won’t have to wait too long; Cyrus recently teased a snippet of the album’s first single, “Flowers,” to her social media, offering a dreamy and sun-drenched preview of what we might hear.

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    Below, find everything we know about Miley’s ninth studio album so far.


    The Release Date

    The album will be arriving in full on March 10th. As previously reported, the lead single, “Flowers,” will be available January 13th. The record is available for pre-save on Cyrus’ website, here.

    Title and Tracklist

    The album is titled Endless Summer Vacation, and Cyrus describes it as her “love letter to LA.” Appropriately, Endless Summer Vacation is described as “a reflection of the strength she’s found in focusing on both her physical and mental well-being,” according to a press release.

    Endless Summer Vacation Tracklist
    01. Flowers
    02. Jaded
    03. Rose Colored Lenses
    04. Thousand Miles (feat. Brandi Carlile)
    05. You
    06. Handstand
    07. River
    08. Violet Chemistry
    09. Muddy Feet (feat. Sia)
    10. Wildcard
    11. Island
    12. Wonder Woman

    Collaborators

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    Endless Summer Vacation was recorded in Los Angeles and produced with Kid Harpoon, Greg Kurstin, Mike WiLL Made-It, and Tyler Johnson. It features Brandi Carlile and Sia.

    Artwork

    The acrobatic album artwork, seen below, was photographed by Brianna Capozzi and fully executed by without visual effects.

    Miley Cyrus' artwork for Endless Summer Vacation

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