Miley Cyrus publicly revealed her seventh album, Plastic Hearts. The 27-year-old continued the cycle with Stevie Nicks – this summer’s “Midnight Moon” single.
Plastic Hearts will be launched on November 27, immediately after the singer turns 28. The album of the pink-and-black album was taken by iconic rock and roll photographer Mick Rock and will feature 12 original tracks, alongside her new live cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” and Cranberries’ “Zombie.”
In a post on social media, Cyrus admits that she started the album two years ago when she felt she had the sound and her life had come to an end. “No one manages the ego except life itself,” she writes. In 2018, however, Cyrus and her then-husband Liam Hemsworth’s home were burnt down in the wildfires of Wolsey that raged through California.
Her notebooks and machine included music for a series of EPs that she had intended to release in 2019, but some of it was rescued by her associates who had their own copies. She published the EP She’s Coming, but she usually ends up canceling the remainder of the series so because songs had a “huge chapter missing.”
“If it were a chapter in my novel, I suppose I’d title it—”The Beginning,” she writes, “which, normally, when something’s done, we title it ‘The Finish.’ But it was far from that.” It started following the Younger world recently. Before publicly canceling the two other EPs she intended to release last year, Cyrus debuted the one-off album “Slide Backwards.” After the release of the record, she underwent vocal cord surgery.
“Midnight Sky” reached the Top 10 of Rolling Stone’s Top 100 Songs list. After its release, Cyrus continued to serve remote performances. In addition to her most recent track, she has also done a host of classic rock and pop covers, including a rowdy twist on Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” that she has since published as her own track.