You can find Miley Cyrus in Malibu.
Singer Miley Cyrus released a video for her new single "Malibu" May 11. She may be one of the few people on the planet whose re-embrace of conventional softness will launch a thousand think-pieces, but this new move can best be summed up in two words: No tongue. The singer also shared a music video for it as well!
It's not the first time since she entered the realm of ex-Disney girls gone wild that Cyrus has reminded us that she has a softer side.
"Malibu" is a low-tempo, acoustic-leaning ballad that is much more stripped down in production than Cyrus' pop efforts.
"Malibu" is clearly inspired by her relationship with her now-fiancé, "Hunger Games" star Liam Hemsworth.
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"I never would've believed you if three years ago you told me", the 24-year-old sings on the track which acts as return to her country and rock roots.
If you hadn't already gotten the memo that she'd kissed her hip-hop days goodbye, the mellow love song, white outfits, and fresh start vibe of "Malibu" will certainly all hammer the point home.
But linearity was never a requirement of the summer single, right?
Miley's back - and this time, she's not twerking, she's not singing about her dead pets and there's no sign at all of Wayne Coyne from the Flaming Lips. "And I'm happy that you did/'Cause now I'm as free as birds catching the wind".