Miley Cyrus Announces New Album ‘Endless Summer Vacation’

The singer’s follow-up to ‘Plastic Hearts’ will drop in March.
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus.

Miley Cyrus fans who have been eagerly awaiting a new album can collectively breathe a sigh of relief. The “Midnight Sky” singer revealed she’ll drop a new album, Endless Summer Vacation, on March 10.

The Jan. 5 Instagram announcement came just days after the singer-actress hosted the star-studded Miley's New Year’s Eve Party with godmother Dolly Parton and celebrity guests like Fletcher, Paris Hilton and Sia.

In her post, Cyrus showed off her toned arms as she hung from a bar and wore a cut-out bodysuit and heels. She accessorized with sunglasses in the promo image, while her shoulder-length blonde hair was worn loose and her glam included a red lip.

“ENDLESS SUMMER VACATION. THE ALBUM. MARCH 10,” read the post’s caption, which was shared with Cyrus’s 192 million IG followers.

The post garnered more than one million likes in just three hours, and celeb friends and fans were quick to chime in to the comments section.

“Damn,” said actress and Rare Beauty founder Selena Gomez, while Spotify’s official IG account wrote, “Already setting our out of office 🌴.”

“My girl is on 🔥,” added the 30-year-old singer’s mother, Tish Cyrus, while another person said, “Major ❤️❤️ 2023 is YOUR year!”

Other people in the comments section were quick to point out that singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey is slated to release her new album, Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd, the same day.

Endless Summer Vacation will be the follow-up to Cyrus’s last studio album, Plastic Hearts, which she released in 2020. A press release describes it as a “love letter to L.A.” Cyrus will drop the album’s first single, “Flowers,” on Jan. 13.

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