Ever changing artist Miss Miley Cyrus is back with a brand new era, and a brand new song. Even though she’s grown back her hair and gone back to the darker shades, it’s not to say that we’ve got old country Miley, rock Miley, pop Miley or R&B/rap Miley.
She’s just released a brand new single titled ‘Malibu,’ which is due off her upcoming sixth studio album which is apparently rumored to be released in July. It’s unconfirmed what the title of the upcoming album is going to be called or what any other details are of it, but we can rest assure that we have new Miley on the way.
This is easily one of the best things I have ever seen happen to just anyone. Obviously this whole song is about Liam Hemsworth, who you will know that she was with him for quite some time before their split a few years ago which then lead into her Bangerz era of the wacky and wild Miley that the whole watched and kind of looked down on.
I must admit, then the Bangerz era was in it’s peak, I did thoroughly enjoy it. The aesthetics were cool, there were a few good songs on the album, it was OK. Then the Dead Petz era happened not long after, and even though it was creative and the album again, was OK, I realised that Miley was losing it completely, and I started to feel sorry for her. Not in the sense where I was judging here, but in the sense that I felt she was lost and had no sense of direction in where she was going, or what to do with herself. Her split with Liam really killed the Miley we knew before hand completely.
Knowing now that her and Liam are back together, watching the video, listening to the lyrics and the music in general makes you feel happy. It makes you realise that she will be OK, and that you don’t have to worry about her. She looks like she has every sense of direction now, and she seems so happy and free and it’s honestly such a beautiful thing to see. Miley got through the struggle, and this song, the video, and the lyrics are everything. Everything about this is beautiful. No the song isn’t the best song in the world, but it’s still an amazing, beautiful song, and when you link it with the video and knowing what it’s about, it’s just timeless.
Rate /10: 10
Is it worth buying? Yes