Miley Cyrus Posts Teaser of New Song: Hinting on Liam Hemsworth?
It’s been quite some time since Miley Cyrus has released a new song, and now she is all set to belt out more songs this year. Cyrus even posted a teaser on Instagram of one of the songs, and it’s got some pretty interesting lyrics. Could she be referring to a former love?
On Sunday, March 8, Miley Cyrus posted a video of her singing out a small part of what seems to be a new, rather mellow song. And it seemed the video was taken rather sneakily at first, as Cyrus didn’t even notice anyone filming her until after she sang about two lines. She then turned a bit and saw whoever was filming it. She seemed pleasantly surprised and merely said, ‘Oh hey.’
Almost instantly, many fans have liked and commented on Cyrus’s music teaser. One even said, “New album means concert tour on its way holler!!” Hey, why not right?! No doubt, a lot of people missed seeing Cyrus singing onstage.
Since her album ‘Bangerz’ was released in October 2013, Cyrus has been keeping low in the music industry, and so it’s great to hear her sing again. But what made things a bit more interesting were the lyrics of the song she sang in the Instagram video. The lines were: “Why do people only shout forgiveness, when they want to sound cool in a song?”
Rumours were abuzz that she may be hinting something about her ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth, perhaps even a better, friendly relationship? In any case, Cyrus didn’t say anything else about her latest song, as she probably prefers for it to be a secret.
It is revealed that Cyrus’s latest song is actually in collaboration with Wayne Coyne, singer-songwriter from the band Flaming Lips. Coyne also posted a teaser of a song timed at around 4:00am (talk about hard at work), though it is unsure if this is the same song as the one on Cyrus’ video.
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