Miley Cyrus releases music video for new single "Malibu'"

Billy Ray Cyrus is full of praise for Miley's sobriety journey

The 32-year-old singer took to Twitter on Thursday to praise Cyrus for her latest single, "Malibu".

A new album is due in the next few months. She is solo in the video (dog cameos notwithstanding), but the presence of a phantom leading man is very much felt.

The stripped back four-minute promo shows the singer frolicking in a fairly manner - for Miley, anyway - on a beach in Malibu, the place she and her fiance now call home.

Despite her previously stating that the rock her beau, Liam Hemsworth, proposed to her with was "not really [her] aesthetic", Cyrus doesn't seem to have any qualms about wearing it now.

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Cyrus reminisces in the song about her introduction to Malibu, one of the most celebrated beaches in the Los Angeles area, after overcoming fears of swimming.

People are "going to talk about me if I come out of a restaurant with Liam".

Cyrus wrote the single while in transit on the way to her coaching gig on "The Voice" and had to stop herself from singing out loud. While not quite a full-blown return to Cyrus' country roots, the new song is noticeably different from the sound of the pop star's last two albums, 2013's Bangerz and 2015's Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz. She will also be performing the song for the first time on TV on the ABC's Billboard Music Awardson Sunday, May 21st. "So why not put the power back in my relationship and say, "This is how I feel"?"

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