The beginning of a new era was heralded by Miley Cyrus with the declaration “New Year, new Miley” a few weeks ago. Her rebelliousness, her torn shirts, and the mullet that accompanied her in Plastic Hearts were left behind to make way for a period of self-love and self-sufficiency that already began with ‘Flowers,’ the first single from Endless Summer Vacation. ‘Flowers’ was released as the first single from Endless Summer Vacation.
The song was accompanied with a music video in which the singer can be seen swimming, dancing, and working out while singing about overcoming difficulties in order to concentrate on what is truly important: herself. She sings in the chorus, “I can buy myself flowers; I can write my name in the sand; I can talk to myself for hours; I can say things that you don’t understand.” I am able to ask myself to dance and I can take my own hand in mine. I am more capable of loving myself than I am of loving you.
During the year-end event that Miley Cyrus co-hosted with Dolly Parton, Cyrus revealed that she will be releasing her eighth studio album. After that, the American musician started disseminating a few clips from the official music video she was working on in advance of her first official release since the year 2020.
This brand new body of work was recorded in Los Angeles by Kid Harpoon, Greg Kurstin, Mike WiLL Made-It, and Tyler Johnson, who also served as producers. According to a press release, the record is a reflection of a “stronger and more confident” Cyrus who found strength “in her physical and emotional well-being” from her. Cyrus found strength “in her physical and emotional well-being” from her. Beginning on March 10, Endless Summer Vacation will be playable on all digital distribution platforms.