Miley Cyrus teases a new era with posters put up in Brussels and across the world in her newest campaign.
Cyrus hints at her most iconic eras in the teaser with lyrics from her songs such as ‘Party in the USA,’ ‘Wrecking Ball,’ ‘The Climb,’ and ‘Flowers’, along with her new single.
By calling back to her classics, Cyrus sets up her anticipated new single, with the phrase ‘I Say I Used To Be Young’, with the track’s title being “Used To Be Young”.
Other posters have been spotted all over with the same theme of call-back lyrics, ‘I can almost see it, that dream I’m dreaming’ and ‘I can buy myself flowers.’
The pop-country singer hinted at her new single back in May in an interview with British Vogue, where she confirmed the name ‘Used To be Young’ and hinted it would be released “soon.”
Cyrus’ previous album Endless Summer Vacation spawned the now infamous single ‘Flowers’ which set several streaming records and spent 8 weeks at #1 on US Billboard 100 charts.
The new black and white image of Cyrus next to her lyrics references her legendary 2013 VMAs outfit, where she performed with Robin Thicke.
We are yet to know if Used To Be Young is just a single or more for what will be her ninth studio album.