I’ve always had a soft spot for Miley Cyrus, and though most may be calling her recent releases a “sanitization” of her past self, I simply believe she’s just come more and more into her own.
Cyrus just released the video for her title track off her upcoming album Younger Now, dropping September 29 and — I have to admit — I’m in love with it.
The song is a great reflection into growing up and growing younger. At 24-years-old, I can’t help but relate to her feeling of: “No one stays the same / You know what goes up must come down / Change is a thing you can count on / I feel so much younger now.”
The synth-driven pop track is an easy listen matched with those retro ’50s-inspired sentiments of her previous single “Malibu.” It’s clear that Cyrus has been reflecting on her past and the many changes she’s gone through to get to where she is today. Her songs, tinged with elements of positivity, acceptance and contentment, feel light, breezy, wistful and honest.
You can feel her sense of happiness coming off of her.
I already feel so much “Younger Now” — lighter and freer, due to maybe letting go of past worries, needless worries, and embracing who we are and who we used to be.
What do you think of the new video and track? Anyone else loving it as much as I am?