After a whirlwind year, Miley Cyrus is finally dropping her sixth solo album, Younger Now. In a video posted on social media, the singer-songwriter revealed the album's title and the release date, Sept. 29.
In the clip, you see the back of a leather jacket that is covered in jewels. two ropes then start to appear on the jacket, spelling out the title.
Jewels below the ropes spell out "new album" and the release date.
It's not clear if this image is part of the album cover. Cyrus only captioned the photo with the aforementioned details and a ton of heart emojis. She also tagged designer Jeremy Scott, who presumably designed the jacket.
It will presumably feature the single "Malibu," which Cyrus premiered in May. The song is a much more mellow track compared to her other more recent singles, including "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball."
"Miley really leaned into her roots with this new album, 'Malibu' in particular," her father Billy Ray Cyrus told ET.
Younger Now will be her first full-length since 2015's independently released Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz.
Aside from the upcoming album, Cyrus is also working on the next season of The Voice.
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