We may not be in Malibu, but the sky is still a bit more blue today thanks to Miley Cyrus. The singer and LGBTQ activist took to her website last night to announce that her new album, Younger Now, is set to drop on September 29.
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The record, which follows 2015's The Flaming Lips collab album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz and 2013's solo release Bangerz, is still heavily under wraps. Besides releasing singles for "Malibu" and "Inspired," Cyrus hasn't revealed much about what to expect on the record in terms of songs or guest vocalists, but she has been vocal about writing all of her own lyrics.
Already, the singer's shift in sound towards a more country flair and her comments about rap music have caused controversy. Judging by the studded jacket and roped lettering, the new album will definitely maintain her country roots.