Singer Miley Cyrus released her new single ‘Used To Be Young’ reliving her ‘Wild’ days since her album, ‘Endless Summer Vacation.’
The 30-year-old star released the track on the midnight of 25 August and sings about the times she was “crazy” and “fun.”
“The truth is bulletproof/ There’s no foolin’ you/ I don’t dress the same/ Me and who you say/I was yesterday/Have gone our separate ways,” she croons in her distinctively breathy voice, Yahoo Entertainment reports.
In the strikingly simple video, Cyrus wore a Mickey t-shirt underneath a sparkling red mini-dress — seemingly symbolic of both her younger and adult years as an artist.
She appeared to be emotionally charged as she belted out the gorgeous tune, the lighting around her fading in and out, as her image was alternately visible and obscured by shadows.
The former Disney Channel star explained that a songwriter approached her with the idea for a club track, which inspired her to write a song about her past partying days.