Miley Cyrus returns to pop music with new single, 'Malibu'

Billy Ray Cyrus and Miley Cyrus attend the 2013 American Music Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live

The album is described by Norris as Cyrus' "most DIY to date".

According to ETOnline.com, Miley Cyrus released the video for her highly anticipated new song, "Malibu", on Thursday. She has been included on the Time 100 list of most influential people in 2008 and 2014.

Gone are the days of Bangerz (Cyrus doesn't stick her tongue out once in the vid). Miley is seen frolicking on the beach, holding balloons, dancing in loose white outfits, and it is clear we all are excited for the direction that Miley is heading in with her music.

"Love this! Sounds like you just pulled up to liberation station ❤️✨", Perry wrote in response to a clip of Cyrus' new song. The singer also shared a music video for it as well!

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Cyrus recently spoke to Billboard magazine about her break-up and subsequent reunion with The Hunger Games star saying they had to "re-fall for each other". Possibly not since Alan Jackson admitted in song that he did not know the difference between Iraq and Iran has anyone baited doubters with an admission of naiveté quite like "I never went boatin', don't get how they are floatin'" or "You would explain the current, as I try to smile".

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.

"Now I'm as free as birds catching the wind", she sings at one point. It's no wrecking ball of a return single, but Seals & Crofts - auteurs of the early '70s soft-rock hit "Summer Breeze" - would probably be proud.

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